Are you looking for a new tablet? We have a wide variety of tablets listed - with tablet reviews, specifications and details on where you can buy these tablets online.

Tablets are small portable computers enabling you to enhance your productivity, whether for business presentations, or just browsing the web. The main advantage of a tablet over a laptop is that a tablet is smaller, lighter and more portable - ideal for browsing the web, checking e-mails in the home and whilst out and about. Typically tablets have a larger screens than a Smartphone, and thus are more suitable for using for longer periods of time. On your tablet you will have access to thousand of apps, both paid and free, enabling you to customise your tablet to suit your needs. Unlike laptops, tablets don't come with keyboards or mice - they are navigated via touchscreen. Essentially a tablet fills the gap between your regular computer and your phone - making computing on the move more practical, and enhancing your life and work. The majority of tablets are either 7" or 10" in terms of screen size.

The Samsung Galaxy Note is Samsung's answer to Apple's iPad - a 10.1" display tablet running on Android, enabling users to surf the web, check e-mails, download apps, and much much more. At 583g in weight, and measuring just 25cm by 17cm by 1cm, it is highly portable - enabling you to easily fit it into your bag and use whilst out and about. But how does it measure up to the competition? Read on for our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note tablet.
Samsung Galaxy Note Review
The Amazon Kindle Fire is a low priced 7" tablet manufacturer by Amazon, featuring a 1.2GHz processor and 1GB RAM, as well as free unlimited cloud storage. Battery life is an impressive 8-9 hours, and the weight is just 400g. At only 18.9 cm long, it's easily small enough to be stored in a backpack - keep reading for our Kindle Fire review.
Amazon Kindle Fire Review
The NATPC M009S 7" tablet costs under £80, offering an impressive specification - a 7" Capacitive screen, 1.2GHz processor, 8GB memory, Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich), USB input, microSD card slot and a resolution of 800 x 480 - an absolute bargain - but how does it perform. In our NATPC M009S review, we look at this 7" tablet and see how good it actually is.
NATPC M009S Review
The Amazon Kindle Fire HD is a 7" tablet manufactured by Amazon, aimed to rival Apple's iPad range. Either 16 or 32GB memory, a 1.2GHz processor and up to 11 hours of battery life, it still weighs just under 400g. Measuring the same size as a small book, it is highly portable, offering you books, music, web and e-mail at your fingertips. Read on for our Kindle Fire HD review.
Amazon Kindle Fire HD Review
Our range of tablets include models from all of the major brands, including Amazon and NATPC - each page includes full specification, reviews, latest prices, and the best places to purchase tablets online.

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