If the tablets on this list aren't enough for you then a) you're very hard to please, but b) we think we can still help out a little.
We've covered the best above, but if you're after something a little cheaper or just haven't quite seen the slate for you then one of these might do the trick.
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Samsung throws everything into the fledgling maxi-tablet category
Weight: 753g | Dimensions: 295.6 x 204 x 8mm | OS: Android 4.4 | Screen size: 12.2-inch | Resolution: 2560 x 1600 | CPU: Quad-core 2.3 GHz | RAM: 3GB | Storage: 32/64GB | Battery: 9500mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 2MP
The 12.2-inch display is not all this slate has going for it, as the Note Pro 12.2's 3GB of RAM and quad-core processor give it great performance, while the S Pen becomes truly useful in combination with the slate's large, bright screen.
It's an obvious choice for digital artists or anyone else who wants a device they can be productive on, but the bigger screen makes it great just for web browsing and watching videos too.
Read the full review: Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
Is Redmond's hybrid tablet the laptop killer?
Weight: 790g | Dimensions: 292.10 x 201.42 x 9.14mm | OS: Windows 10 Pro | Screen size: 12-inch | Resolution: 2160 x 1440 | CPU: Quad-core 1.70 GHz | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64/128/256/512GB | Battery: 5676mAh | Rear camera: 1080p | Front camera: 5MP
With a whole lot of power, an impressive display and a useful Type Cover for when you need to get some serious work done the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 has got the muscle to compete with Ultrabooks and the portability and ease of use to be an iPad alternative.
It's not perfect. The battery life is seriously weak by tablet standards and it's a pricey bit of kit, but if you really want one device to fill both roles then this is one of the best options out there.
Read the full review: Microsoft Surface Pro 3
A five star tablet, now with a lower price tag
Weight: 469g | Dimensions: 240 x 169.5 x 7.5 mm | OS: iOS 9.1 | Screen size: 9.7-inch | Resolution: 1536 x 2048 | CPU: Apple A7 | RAM: 1GB | Storage: 16/32/64/128GB | Battery: 8600mAh | Rear camera: 5MP | Front camera: 1.2MP
You've seen the score, and for those keeping tabs you'll realise the iPad Air is TechRadar's first five-star tablet. It's a device with almost no flaws - and even though the iPad Air 2 is out, it still remains one of the best tablets available today.
Read the full review: iPad Air
EE Harrier Tab
A brilliant budget option
Weight: 338g | Dimensions: 212.8 x 124 x 8.5 mm | OS: Android Lollipop | Screen size: 8.0-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 1920 | CPU: Octa-core 1.5GHz | RAM: 2GB | Storage: 16GB | Battery: 4650mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 2MP
With a low price, solid performance, a good screen and even 4G support the EE Harrier Tab is a bit of a bargain. The battery life is a little underwhelming and the EE branding may put some buyers off, but if you want a 4G-ready slate without spending an arm and a leg this is an attractive option.
Read the full review: EE Harrier Tab
Microsoft Surface 3
A bargain by Surface standards, but still high-end
Weight: 622g | Dimensions: 267 x 187 x 8.7 mm | OS: Windows 10 | Screen size: 10.8-inch | Resolution: 1920 x 1280 | CPU: Quad-core 2.4GHz | RAM: 2GB/4GB | Storage: 64/128GB | Battery: 7480mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 3.5MP
The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is a beastly device, but it has a similarly beastly price tag. If you can live with a little less power, then you can get an almost as good experience from the Microsoft Surface 3 for quite a lot less money.
A big screen, strong build quality, optional keyboard and Windows 10 on board make this a versatile tablet, but as it lacks the performance grunt of the Pro 3 it doesn't quite feel like a full laptop replacement.
Read the full review: Microsoft Surface 3