It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you want to buy a tablet soon, but don't know which one will suit you best, perhaps this guide can clarify matters for you.
We test tablets all year round, and regularly publish reviews. These are individual reviews, so it can be helpful to create an overview. Most of the 50 tablets that we've tested during the last 1.5 years are still available. What follows is a fairly comprehensive picture of what's currently out there in tablet country. Of course we include both iOS and Android devices.
To create some structure, we have created three categories based on the average price of each tablet. With older products, it can happen you can find it for a much lower price than that.
The first category has tablets of up to £250, the second category has tablets between £250 and £450, and category three has the tablets that cost more than £450. They are all Android and iOS tablets, as we had not tested any Windows tablets at the time of writing. At the end of each category you'll find a link to a chart with every single tablet in that segment, including reviews and recommendations.
Of course it's not possible to test every single tablet in existence. Still, to give you an idea of what's out there, we linked all 193 we found to this article. You can create your own comparison chart with any number of tablets, so you can compare their features and specifications.