10 best tablets

From fully convertible tablet hybrids to a simple device you can use to catch up with ‘Game of Thrones’, here are the best around

Ever since the release of the iPad back in 2010, tablet sales have skyrocketed. Along with increased popularity, there's been a vast increase in the number of models available.

But with this explosion in options, you're now faced with a multitude of confusing jargon. Here we show you the ten best tablets across the board: from the Kindle HDX 7, ideal for technophobes, to the Surface Pro 2 - one the ‘power-user’ businessman should never be without.

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Verdict:

Anyone who is used to using Apple products will find it hard to deviate from the impressive Air. If you want a machine that will do for your home office, it could be worth investing in the Surface Pro 2. Those who want their tablet for reading and TV watching will like the slimline Nexus 7.

Buy now

1.Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1, £449

2. Sony Xperia Z2, £499

3. Nexus 7, £199

4. Advent Vega Tegra Note 7in, £139.99

5. Kindle Fire HDX 7, £199

6. Adspec Adtab 7, £79.99

7. iPad Air, £399

8. Lenovo Miix 2, £249.99

9. Dell Venue 11 Pro, £449

10. Surface Pro 2, £799

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