1. iBasso DX50

    iBasso DX50

    Enjoyable and affordable way to listen to hi-res audio, but not the last word in sound quality and barely the first in ergonomics

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  2. Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7

    Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7

    The Amazon Kindle HDX 7 is an excellent tablet made with Amazon users in mind, but Android fans could find it a little restrictive

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  3. Archos 80b Platinum

    Archos 80b Platinum

    At its price, this Archos has competition too good for it to be this bad

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  4. Asus MeMo Pad 8

    Asus MeMo Pad 8

    If you want an affordable 8in tablet then this is worth a look – but there are too many flaws in its performance for us to really recommend it

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  5. Tesco Hudl

    Tesco Hudl

    A superb budget tablet that, while not flawless, shows some of its pricier competition how it’s done

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  7. Google Nexus 7 (2013)

    Google Nexus 7 (2013)

    Product of the Year, Awards 2013. With stunning screen performance and fantastic ease of use, the Nexus 7 is even better than before

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  8. Versus TouchPad 10.1

    Versus TouchPad 10.1

    No good as a video player, but for all of those other things the Versus is perfectly capable

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  9. Kobo Arc

    Kobo Arc

    Not one for music buffs, but for everything else this is a great budget option

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  10. 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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  11. 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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