A tablet a day, keeps the gadget doctor away. Vote for the most deserving tablet, and keep that gadget addiction at bay!
Will Apple or Samsung be the victor in this bitter tablet battle? Is it time to recognise the Nexus 7's dominance in the Android landscape? Has Asus’ innovation or Sony’s design won your geeky heart?
Answer these questions through your votes. Every vote counts towards the crowning of the Tablet of the Year and other gadgets in nine different categories
Oh, did we forget to mention? You can win some attractive swag when you vote. So you have every reason to read on and see which nominees deserve your vote for the Tablet of the Year.
Apple iPad Mini 2
A year after its disappointing predecssor made its debut, the iPad Mini 2 is finally worthy of a vote. The 7.9in tablet is bumped up with the latest hardware, going toe-to-toe with the newest iPad and iPhone. Its eye-popping Retina Display gives an impressive pixel density, enough to satisfy even the most discerning reader.
Click here to vote for the Apple iPad Mini 2.
Apple iPad Air
Light as air, yet it packs so much power, it’ll blow you away. Apple’s fifth iteration of its iOS tablet is so thin, you can hide it behind a pencil. The same high resolution Retina Display on its 9.7in screen and a brand new A7 processor proves that the iPad Air is not to be trifled with in the tablet war.
Click here to vote for the Apple iPad Air.
Asus Transformer Pad TF701T
The Asus Transformer Pad TF701T is the undisputed hybrid device that lets you game like a player and work like a boss. None has come close to the versatility and prowess of the Android tablet that transforms into a mini notebook. Casting a vote for the Transformer Pad is a thumbs up for the Taiwanese firm’s ingenuity.
Click here to vote for the Asus Transformer Pad TF701T.
Nexus 7 (2013)
There has been no true contender for the 7in tablet throne till Google and Asus joined forces for the Nexus 7 last year. This continuing partnership in 2013 led to a more powerful Android tablet with a juiced up Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and a stunning 1920 x 1200 high definition screen. Its closest (and most likely) competitor, is Apple’s refreshed iPad Mini 2.
Click here to vote for the Nexus 7 (2013).
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
Bigger is always better, and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8.0 is one heck of an upsize for the Galaxy Note smartphones. Built for ebook readers and doodlers, the Note 8.0 takes all the great features such as S Pen and multi-tasking from its smaller sibling, and packaged them into an 8in display for easy reading.
Click here to vote for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
If you’ve voted for the Samsung Galaxy S4, your vote might swing towards the 2014 edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. After all, whatever features that rocked your world on Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone, are also available on its supersized 10.1in tablet. Its hands-free and intuitive gestures highlight the infinite possibilities of an Android tablet, with a robust apps ecosystem to support it.
Click here to vote for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z
We recognise a true work of art when we see one, and that gave the Sony Xperia Tablet Z a deserving nomination. The same craftsmanship that created the sleek Sony Xperia Z was replicated into a larger 10.1in tablet with an insanely slim 6.9mm body. Add waterproof chops and a crystal clear 1920 x 1200 resolution display, and we think Sony has made its case as a candidate for the Best Tablet of the Year.
Click here to vote for the Sony Xperia Tablet Z.