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201 products

  1. Nvidia Shield Tablet review

    Hands on: Nvidia Shield Tablet review

     

    The Nvidia Shield tablet is better than the Shield portable, but is it enough to be the best mobile gaming device?

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    Microsoft Surface Pro 2 review

    Microsoft Surface Pro 2 review

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    The Surface Pro 2 is near identical to its predecessor but serves up a number of internal improvements.

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 review

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 review

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    The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is a power horse, but the impressive 12.2-inch display is somewhat let down by the build quality.

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    EE Eagle review

    Hands on: EE Eagle review

     

    The EE Eagle is a low-cost 4G tablet that's looking to take on the original iPad mini.

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    Acer Iconia Tab 7 review

    Hands on: Acer Iconia Tab 7 review

     

    The Tab 7 isn't just a silver surfer - you can make calls on it too. But does this functionality actually make sense?

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    Acer Iconia One 7 review

    Hands on: Acer Iconia One 7 review

     

    Iconia One 7 is an affordable 7-inch slab, but do the vibrant colours cover an exciting tablet underneath?

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    HP Slate 7 HD review

    HP Slate 7 HD review

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    It may have a low cost, but that doesn't hep the HP Slate 7 HD overcome its flaws in an increasingly competitive market.

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    Dell Venue 8 Pro review

    Dell Venue 8 Pro review

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    Backed by Bay Trail and Windows 8.1, Dell's Venue brand lives once more

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    Toshiba Encore review

    Toshiba Encore review

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    Toshiba's 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet just about fits in your hand – but will you want to come back for more?

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    Zoostorm PlayTab Q6010 review

    Zoostorm PlayTab Q6010 review

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    10.1 inches of stock Android slab with a quad-core processor for £140 may sound like a bargain, just don't expect the earth.

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