1. 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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  2. LG G Pad

    LG G Pad

    A premium 8in Android tablet that looks the part but struggles at its price in a competitive market

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  3. Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

    The Note 8.0 might have been a great tablet once, but now it looks outclassed and outdated

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. Huawei Ascend P6

    Huawei Ascend P6

    Nicely designed and simple to use, the P6 is let down by its sound and video performance

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  8. LG Optimus L5 II

    LG Optimus L5 II

    This budget smartphone doesn't challenge the best phones around but solid all-round performance make it an affordable alternative

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  9. Google Nexus 4

    Google Nexus 4

    Our once-favourite Android bows down to fine rivals. Still great value, though

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  10. Sony Xperia Tablet Z

    Sony Xperia Tablet Z

    The best tablet Sony has ever made, but still not the best Android tablet on the market

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  11. Samsung Galaxy S4

    Samsung Galaxy S4

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 performs significantly better than its predecessor but has pressing issues with its interface, sound and picture quality

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