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Advent Vega Review

Normally when we ask “how much?” we mean something’s ridiculously expensive, but with the Advent Vega tablet the opposite applies: with a RRP of just £249 and a current street price of just £245, it’s one of the cheaper Android tablets available. Do you get what you pay for?

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Motorola Xoom

Motorola’s going through something of a purple patch just now, with well-liked Android phones and now, an impressive Android tablet too. The Xoom won’t be cheap, but it’s one of the most interesting Android devices to date.

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Binatone Homesurf 7 Review

At £99.99, the only tablet cheaper than the Binatone Homesurf 7 is one that’s been crudely drawn in crayon on a bit of cardboard. It’s no iPad, but should you consider it for sofa-based surfing?

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Tablet news from Mobile World Congress 2011

Mobile World Congress (MWC) is a very big deal – especially now that smartphones are outselling PCs. As more and more of us do our computing on tablet devices, MWC is a kind of crystal ball showing what we’ll be using in the months and years to come. So what were the stars of MWC 2011?

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Blackberry Playbook Review

It looks amazing in the promo videos, but does the BlackBerry PlayBook have the horsepower to justify the hype? Manufacturer RIM claims it’s the fastest tablet ever, which is bound to annoy rivals whose tablets pack more processing power.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Review

It’s not quite as successful as Samsung claims, but there’s no doubt that the Galaxy Tab was the first real rival to the iPad. With a new version on its way, is the original Tab still a credible contender?

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Viewsonic Viewpad 100 Review

The Viewpad promises the best of both worlds: all the horsepower of a Windows tablet for work, and the fun of Android for touch-related tomfoolery. When it’s good it’s very, very good, but it has a couple of serious flaws – not least that you can’t actually buy it yet.

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