Best Tablets 2015

Welcome back to the best blog in the world J haha… Hope the last entry on smartphones was informative and helped some people out! If I can help just one person then it is job well done for me. As last time was about smartphones, this time it feels only right to do an entry on the latest and best tablets on the market.

 

Starting off with a budget offering, we have the Tesco Hudl. Now normally paying less than £100 for a tablet would probably mean you getting something probably isn’t very good. This has changed somewhat with the Hudl. The screen is pretty good quality and the hardware is very good value for the price.

 

A little more in price (around £150) you are looking at a Vodafone Tab Prime 6, I’ve added this to the list simply because it offers a 4G data connection. The specs aren’t bad but this tablet isn’t going to set the world alight.

 

Next up is a £200 LG tablet, the G Pad 8.3. In my opinion it is their best tablet so far and is a very good deal and that price. It can be a little slow at times so if you want more power then you will have to look elsewhere. A very decent machine though.

 

Sony have released the Xperia Z4 this year, and it’s a bit of a beast. It’s not cheap at £500 but you get what you pay for. It’s very thin and the bonus of being waterproof is a nice addition. Inside it has some really great specs and you can feel those when you are using it. Beast.

 

At the top (in my opinion) of the tablet market, like the smartphone market, is Samsung. The Galaxy Tab S2 8 is ridiculously good device and no doubt the finest I have ever used. The powerful specs and uber-light design give it the seat at the head of the table. An exceptional tablet.