Top Five Tablets of 2015

Posted by on Sep 4, 2015 in Tablet | Comments Off on Top Five Tablets of 2015

If you’re looking to pick up a tablet then you need to know the best ones you can buy. Here’s a look at five of the best tablets of 2015. You can’t go wrong if you pick up one of these little beauties. There’s a good mix of iOS and Android tablets too so no matter which brand you prefer we have a recommendation for you.

5. Tesco Hudl 2

tesco hudl 2

Supermarket chain Tesco recently entered the tablet market with their Hudle tablets. The Hudl 2 is one of the best budget tablets running Android on the market right now. It makes no sense that Tesco have actually stopped selling it. If you can find one then it’s still a great deal, but be warned; there are people selling them for up to twice their original value just because it’s not available officially any more. It’s still recommended that you pick one up if you can, even with problems like slow charging speeds and cracked screens. Tesco still support them even if they aren’t selling them and will repair it for you. Hudls have really good screens, decent speed processors and come with a MicroSD card slot.


4. Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet


Sony have gotten the message at last and made a smaller tablet. The Xperia Z3 comes it at 8 inches and is proving to be pretty popular. It is also thin, light, and has good water protection. The inner workings are decent but won’t blow your mind. Even though other tablets such as the Galaxy Tab S offer more under the hood the Xperia still has high-quality sound and PS4 Remote Play that gamers will just love. This is a solid effort by Sony to produce a really good tablet.


3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4


This tablet right here is one of the best Android tablets ever made. It is the best tablet on the market today in terms of hardware. It also features a really thin and light design. There are very few problems with this tablet. One of the problems is the TouchWiz software and the high price when compared to competitors such as the iPad Mini 2. If you want to stick with Android but don’t want to spend as much money and aren’t as bothered about high tech features such as fingerprint scanners and IR Blasters then the Nexus 7 and LG G Pad 8.3 are good choices.


2. iPad Mini 4

ipad mini 4

There are a lot of cheaper tablets out there. There are even cheaper iPads. But the iPad Mini 4 is worth your money if you can afford it. Apple finally gave the iPad Mini a top quality screen and, while it doesn’t have as much power as a tablet like the iPad Air 2, it still has enough power to satisfy users. The rear camera is good quality and is better than anything found on a budget tablet. The iPad Mini 2 is really well made and has a powerful, long-lasting battery. There are very few problems with this tablet and it’s the best choice if you don’t care about the higher screen size of the Air 2.


1. Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8


We’ve always loved the Galaxy Tab S2 since it first came out. Spending more time with it has only made us love it more. This tablet is well worth thinking about if you are interested in what the iPad Air Mini 4 can offer. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 performs just as well. It’s even better in terms of design and power. The screen of this unbelievably thin and light tablet is an absolute pleasure to use too.

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