It's been a long ole journey for the three-in-one hybrid device, but after months and months of making us play the waiting game we've finally got our hands on this new breed of tech. But is it a step too far? Find out what we think of Asus' efforts by watching our video review.
Toshiba's AT300 is better looking and more powerful than its predecessor, but Google's Nexus 7 offers pretty much the same punch for a lot less cash. But if you're after an Android tab and don't want to compromise on power, Toshiba's latest offering might be worth a look in. Find out why by watching our video review...
That fold-over profile may look familiar, but Sony's Xperia Tablet S has had a do-over. It's thinner, slicker and it makes for great eye candy – so if it didn't grab your attention the first time round, perhaps the newer model will change your mind. Check out our video preview and see what you think.
Google's first own-brand Android tablet is a cheap and attractive performer. While seven inches of slate screen estate isn't for everyone, you can't really argue with a quad-core engine, very respectable screen, superb build quality and the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. But does the Nexus 7 live up to the hype?