Lenovo’s flexible Android tablet is one of the most affordable and practical around, with an impressive battery life to boot.
Asus has produced the first desktop Chrome OS device worth having, delivering a solid, compact, quiet and nicely priced machine.
This big brand Windows 8 tablet boasts impressive performance levels and a competitive price, though the display could be a tad punchier.
Acer gives its cheapest Android tablet a much-needed refresh, but is it enough to make this slate worth your while?
HP’s latest 10in Android tablet goes all-out for value, with the option of dirt-cheap 3G to sweeten the deal, too.
With the fine Venue 11 Pro behind it, can Dell make Windows 8 work on a smaller screen? Read our full review to find out.
Toshiba is taking aim at the iPad mini and Nexus 7 with its first 8in Windows tablet. So how does the Encore shape up compared to these top slates?
Dell’s new tablet boasts a sterling display and impressive connectivity. It's also a productivity heavyweight, and mostly in a good way.
Kobo has produced some magic with this 10in sibling to the new Kobo Arc 7HD, indeed this is the full-size tablet bargain of the year.
The MeMO Pad HD7 is the best bargain tablet on the market. So how does its 10in sibling compare? We've got the full lowdown on it here.
Amazon challenges the Tesco Hudl and Asus MeMO Pad HD7 as the budget tablet battle hots up. Has the new Fire HD got what it takes?
Kobo returns to challenge the latest Kindle Paperwhite – but can the new Aura come out on top? Read our review to find out.
The supermarket’s 7in slate is impressive in many respects, and indeed it might be one of the best tablet bargains of the year.
Lenovo’s step-up 7in tablet is certainly up against some stiff competition. Does the IdeaTab A3000 have what it takes?
Asus helped define the budget tablet category with the Nexus 7. Now it’s dropping the price point even further with the MeMO Pad HD7.
Acer’s latest tablet is a dead ringer for the iPad mini, but does this cost-cutting rival work as a budget Android option?
Archos returns with a cut-price rival for the iPad 4. It has a Retina-matching display, but can the rest of the tablet compete?
The relationship between IBM and Wimbledon is now entering its 24th year, so what's new on the technology front at the Championships this year? Stuart Andrews finds out.
Is it a mini-tablet or a super-sized phone? The truth of the matter is who cares when the Asus Fonepad packs in so much for so little.
A supersized Galaxy Note 2 or a credible rival to the iPad mini? We've got the low-down on the stylus-packing Galaxy Note 8.0.
Sony’s tablets have always been near misses, but with the Xperia Tablet Z the company is finally right on target.
This budget Archos tablet is a dead ringer for the iPad mini, but comes in at a bargain-basement price. Do you get more than you pay for?
Kobo aims to bring a taste of luxury to the eBook reader market, but can the Aura HD justify the premium price-tag?
Why put two devices in your bag? Get the Asus Padfone 2 and you have a rather elegant solution that combines smartphone and tablet in one.