1. Microsoft Surface 2

    Microsoft Surface 2

    An improvement on the original Surface, but its rivals have moved on

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  2. Asus VivoTab ME400

    Asus VivoTab ME400

    If you’re tempted by the Microsoft Surface, the VivoTab is a very convincing Windows 8 rival

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    Available from £349.99
  3. Acer Iconia W510

    Acer Iconia W510

    Keyboard and battery aside, you can get more Windows 8 for your money elsewhere

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  4. Sony NWZ-F805

    Sony NWZ-F805

    If you don’t want the expense of a smartphone or need a more portable alternative – the latest Walkman is a winner

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  5. Microsoft Surface RT (32GB)

    Microsoft Surface RT (32GB)

    Microsoft finally enters the tablet arena

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  7. Apple iPod nano (7th gen)

    Apple iPod nano (7th gen)

    If you want a simple music player, this one’s a small wonder

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  8. Apple iPod Touch (5th gen)

    Apple iPod Touch (5th gen)

    Faces stiff competition, but there's no other product quite like it

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  9. Sony NWZ-A866

    Sony NWZ-A866

    Great for music on the move… but can be beaten for value

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  10. BlackBerry PlayBook

    BlackBerry PlayBook

    This tablet is a fine addition to the BlackBerry family and should win over new and old fans alike

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  11. Panasonic DMP-B200

    Panasonic DMP-B200

    Panasonic's portable DMP-B200 Blu-ray player has much to commend it, but new tablet rivals offer more

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