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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    by Samsung
    Android Smartphone with 5.7" Super AMOLED display.  
    Release date:   SRP: £629.00  
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  • Amazon Kindle Fire HD7

    by Amazon
    Amazon Fire HD tablet with 7" Display  
    Release date:   SRP: £129.99  
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  • LG G Pad 10.1

    by LG
    Entry level tablet running Android 4.4 operating system.  
    Release date:   SRP: £199.99  
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  • Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

    by Amazon
    Flagship tablet from online giant  
    Release date:   SRP: £329.00  
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  • NVIDIA Shield

    by NVIDIA
    An 8" Gaming Tablet.  
    Release date:   SRP: £239.99  
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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5

    by Samsung
    Android tablet with 10.5" AMOLED display  
    Release date:   SRP: £399.00  
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  • Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2

    by Samsung
    12.2" Android Tablet.  
    Release date:   SRP: £549.00  
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  • Samsung Galaxy TabPro

    by Samsung
    Premium Android Tablet in choices of 8.4, 10.1 and 12.2-inch screen sizes  
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  • Samsung Galaxy NotePro

    by Samsung
    Flagship 12.2-inch Android Tablet  
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  • LG G Pad 8.3

    by LG
    LG's latest attempt to gain traction in the burgeoning tablet market  
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  • Nokia Lumia 2520

    by Nokia
    Nokia's first Windows Tablet is confirmed but can it take on the iPad Air as well as Microsoft's own products?  
    Release date:   SRP: £399.00  
  • ASUS Transformer Book Trio

    by ASUS
    Windows 8 PC and laptop/Android tablet hybrid device.  
    Release date:   SRP: £899.99  
  • ASUS VivoTab Note 8

    by ASUS
    8" Windows 8 Tablet with Stylus.  
    Release date:   SRP: £280.00  
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  • Google Nexus 10

    by Google
    Google's latest flagship full-form tablet offering  
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  • Apple iPad Mini 2

    by Apple
    New small-form Apple tablet now with Retina Display and fully-fledged A7 processor  
    Release date:   SRP: £319.00  
  • Apple iPad Air

    by Apple
    New, significantly thinner and lighter full sized iPad with A7 processor  
    Release date:   SRP: £399.00  
  • Microsoft Surface 2

    by Microsoft
    Microsoft attempts to revive its fortunes in the tablet market by dropping the RT suffix  
    Release date:   SRP: £359.00  
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 2

    by Microsoft
    Microsoft refreshes the Windows tablet aimed at professionals  
    Release date:   SRP: £719.00  
  • Argos MyTablet

    by Bush
    Budget android tablet aimed at the younger market  
    Release date:   SRP: £99.99  
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition

    by Samsung
    Flagship tablet with new S-Pen technology  
    Release date:   SRP: £479.00  
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

    by Samsung
    Smaller flagship tablet device  
    Release date:   SRP: £339.00  
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  • Gigabyte S1185

    by Gigabyte
    Tablet Padbook operating Windows 8  
    Release date:   SRP: £574.00  
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  • Asus VivoTab Smart

    by ASUS
    10" Windows 8 Tablet.  
    Release date:   SRP: £429.00  
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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

    by Samsung
    Flagship tablet device with S-Pen  
    Release date:   SRP: £399.00  
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  • Toshiba AT300

    by Toshiba
    The AT300 features the Android 4.0 operating system and the nVidia® Tegra® T30SL quad core processor. With a 10.1” Gorilla glass display, the AT300 weighs in at a mere 598grams and even with its ultra thin profile of 8.95 mm, it is packed with connectivit  
    Release date:   SRP: £249.99  
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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1)

    by Samsung
    Flagship Tablet device  
    Release date:   SRP: £299.99  
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  • Apple New iPad

    by Apple
    Pick up the new iPad and suddenly, it’s clear. You’re actually touching your photos, reading a book, playing the piano.  
    Release date:   SRP: £399.00  
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  • Asus Transformer Pad TF300T

    by ASUS
    Tablet with Keyboard Dock.  
    Release date:   SRP: £399.99  
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  • Apple iPad

    by Apple
    Apple's iPad.  
    Release date:   SRP: £600.00  
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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Lite 3

    by Samsung
    Low-specced Android 4.2 Tablet set to compete with the Hudl and the rest  
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