Top 10 Tablets in UK

If UK consumers are looking to pick the best tablet in 2014, they should consider models offered by Google, Apple, Nokia, Samsung and Microsoft. Here are ten of them:

  1. Apple iPad Air: The iPad Air is ideal for users who want to keep up with current tablet trends. It is equipped with 9.7-inch Retina Display and A7 64-bit processor. It’s available from £399.
  2. Galaxy Note 10.1 2 (2014 edition): The tablet revitalises Samsung’s Note tablet series with its 10.1-inch Quad HD display, S-Pen and 8Mp rear-facing camera. It’s also available from £399.
  3. Microsoft Surface Pro 2: It’s ideal for those who like PC-like tablets. The Pro 2 is about 50 percent thicker and heavier than the iPad Air, so it is not always ideal for users on the go.
  4. Samsung Nexus 10: Boasting an impressive 10.55-inch Quad HD display, the Nexus 10 is one of the most gorgeous tablets in the market. Users could conveniently read ebooks, play 3D games and watch movies.
  5. Sony Xperia Tablet Z: Weighing just 495 grams and measuring in at only 7.2mm thick; the device is superbly designed. Performance is impressive and battery life may reach around 9 hours mark.
  6. Nokia Lumia 2520: Available from £399.9 the Lumia 2520 is Nokia’s first attempt to join the tablet crowd. It has a powerful Snapdragon 800 processor and sharp 1080p display.
  7. Asus Transformer Book T100T: Its unique design allows users to turn the T100T into a sleek laptop. It can switch between Windows RT and Windows 8 with the click of a button.
  8. Kindle Fire HDX 8.9: Available from £329, users couldn’t go wrong with the HDX 8.9. It is equipped with powerful processor and 8.9-inch Quad HD display.
  9. Asus Transformer Pad TF701: The tablet has an absolutely stunning 10.1-inch Quad HD display. With Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor on board; users shouldn’t have problem playing 3D games.
  10. Tesco Hudl: Tesco Hudl is the cheapest of them all and ideal for consumers users who don’t want to spend more than £120 for a tablet.