This week we got our full look at LG's Optimus Pad, which stands alone in being the only tablet to take 3D photos and video.

We also got a review with the 12.1-inch Windows 7 Asus Eee Slate EP101 tablet - essentially a full PC with touchscreen that packs 4GB RAM and a Core i5 CPU. The bad news? It's £999.

Below are the top reviews we've published this week as well as the full listing of our reviews below that.

Top five reviews on TechRadar

LG Optimus Pad review

Android 3.0 is coming to a town near you, and there's nothing you can do to stop it. The latest Android tablet to grace TechRadar Towers is the LG Optimus Pad. It's a dual-core Tegra 2 powered device like most of the other Honeycomb tablets, but it's got a bit of a USP – it can shoot video in 3D. Yep, it's got twin 5MP cameras on the back, meaning it can record 3D home movies. There's no 3D screen though, so unless you've got a 3D TV, you'll have to watch your footage back in re-cyan anaglyph – ick!

Asus Eee Slate EP121 review

Who needs a desktop PC when you can get a 12.1-inch Windows 7 tablet packing 4GB RAM and a Core i5 CPU costing £999? Yep, the Eee Slate EP121 dwarfs tablets such as the iPad, and while Windows isn't exactly what we'd describe as a touch-friendly interface, this isn't a tablet designed for iPad users.It's designed for business users, graphic designers and the like. And for them, this is the kind of tablet that's been a long time coming. The main problem here though is that this tablet has woeful battery life, and it's a touch heavy at 1.2Kg, which basically rules it out as a portable device.

LG Optimus 2X review

Smartphones have being getting cleverer and more powerful in iterations ever since they were conceived, but the Optimus 2X is something else. It's the world's first dual-core mobile phone, and is consequently faster than a bounding hare on a summers day. What's more, it's got a fantastic screen, a decent price and it offers amazing HDMI output for watching videos on your telly. It's a brilliant phone, so it's a shame that it's slightly let down by a poor camera and a lack of polish.

Nikon D5100 review

Nikon is aiming the D5100 at novice photographers who want to take their hobby more seriously and want a versatile camera that will enable them to take more creative images. The Nikon D5100 is a great choice for these users, but it is also worthy of consideration by more experienced photographers as well. There's plenty of control available over the appearance of images and the 16.2Mp sensor is a higher performer in average low lighting conditions.

Sony VAIO Z Series review

With a compact chassis and up to six hours of battery life, the VAIO VPCZ13M9E is a great machine for anyone who needs to stay productive on the go. The speed/stamina switch means you can prioritise between longevity and performance. If you're a regular traveller who needs a highly portable laptop that has enough power to run all of your applications, the VAIO VPCZ13M9E is a great option. Providing you can afford it, that is.

Sony vaio z series

This week's other new reviews on TechRadar

Blu-ray players

Panasonic DMP-BDT300 review

Sony BDP-S570 review

Palicomp Phoenix Hydro-X review

Graphics cards

Asus GTX 560 Ti DirectCU II review

Hard disk drives

Seagate GoFlex Slim review

Intel 510 Series 120GB review

OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB review

Roccat Kulo review

Sony VAIO S Series VPC-SB1V9E review

Acer Aspire 5552 review

Dell Adamo 13 review

Zoostorm 3389 review

Toshiba Satellite Pro S500 review

Acer Aspire 7741G review

Asus U36JC review

HP Pavilion dm4-1101ea review

Medion Akoya P6627 review

Sony VAIO CA Series review

MSI GE700 review

Packard Bell EasyNote TS13 review

G.Skill Ripjaws-X 4GB review

LG Optimus 2X review

Hanns.G HS233 review

Foxconn AHD1S-K review

Brother DCP-J125 review

HP PhotoSmart Wireless CN245B review

Intel Core i7 2600S review

Intel Core i5 2500T review

Intel Core i3 2100 review

Intel core 13

Projectors

Optoma HD67N / 3D-XL review

Receivers

Yamaha RX-V3067 review

Software

Apple GarageBand for iPad 1.0 review

Canton Vento 800 Series review

Pioneer S71 Package review

OCZ RevoDrive 120GB review

Tablets

LG Optimus Pad review

review

AOC Breeze review

Archos 28 Internet Tablet review

TV tuner cards

Black Gold BGT3620 review

TVs

Sony KDL-46NX713 review

Sony kdl-46nx713 review

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