For those who thought tablets weren't going to last, think again.
Every year, these slates have gone against all odds, innovating themselves to stay relevant and even replace PCs as viable workstations. And beyond that, it's also your go-to entertainment device for movies and music.
So show us which is your favourite big-screen device and help us name it the Tablet of the Year 2015.
Apple iPad mini 4
This mini tablet didn’t get much attention during this year’s Apple keynote, and we aren’t going to let it slide. Because the Apple iPad mini 4 is more than just a downsized version of its bigger iPad cousin. It’s the perfect mini tablet for reading and during downtime between trips when you just need something bigger than your phone to watch movies.
Asus ZenPad C 7.0
If there’s one thing to be said about Asus ZenPad C 7.0, it would be its simple, clean look. It’s not the metal tablet you’d expect, but its elegant emboss leather patterning gives it a different feel. The kind that keeps it light and easy to hold when you’re reading for prolonged periods.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro
At some point, all tablets look and function the same. Not the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro. This is a one-of-a-kind tablet that has a few tricks up its sleeve, using the power of its swivel stand to change the way you use the tablet. Oh, did we forget to mention the integrated rotatable projector that extends the tablet’s display? Now that’s what we call innovation.
Microsoft Surface 3
From software to hardware. Microsoft has gone against all odds and showed us that it can do hardware just as well with the Microsoft Surface 3. Its strengths include the all-too-familiar kickstand that converts it from tablet to laptop. Which, by the way, works in tandem with its amazing Type Cover keyboard.