Best UK Tablet PCs
If you are thinking about buying a tablet PC look no further as we have 18 of the best value tablet PCs and a summary of what makes them stand out. They are rated on their design, features, performance and value-for-money.
As the number of tablet PCs available expands, prices are falling. Competition, particularly for Android tablets, means that you can now pick up an Android tablet for £200 and still get a very good performance. I’ve picked out the best selling tablets at a low price point that still deliver a good user experience.
In a sea of tablets, Samsung’s Galaxy tablet stands out as an Android-based tablet that rivals the iPad. Although slightly larger than the other range of 7-inch tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 can still be held in one hand, making it ideal for reading the latest book on your Kindle app and watching a movie whilst you’re travelling. Read on to find out about the huge range of features and impressive screen that make this tablet shine.
Last week it was all about Microsoft’s Surface tablet, this week it’s the turn of the Google Nexus 7 Tablet. The Google tablet is designed to go head-to-head with the Kindle Fire with some impressive specs. Elsewhere we also have new reviews from around the web of the Leader Impression i10A, Acer Iconia Tab A700, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700, Toshiba Excite 10 and Excite 13 tablets.
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The Toshiba AT100 features a high specification processor and full size USB, SD and HDMI ports, but the result is a bulkier tablet than you’d prefer. There are, however, some customers who will prefer these features in exchange for a less portable tablet.
Motorola have introduced a new Xoom tablet but with a different spin, the Motorola Xoom Media Edition is a lightweight version of the original Xoom and comes with an 8.2-inch screen. Originally available in a 10.1-inch screen version, this new Motorola Xoom provides the same great features as its predecessor in a much more portable format.
The ViewSonic ViewPad 7X is a decent tablet that may suit some better than a standard Android slate as ViewSonic have customised the Android operating system in a bid to offer a more user-friendly interface. Check out the full review here.