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Saturday 25 October 2014

Christmas gifts: The 10 best tablet computers

8. Time2Touch
Time2Touch's machine is great if you're after a tablet but don't have a fortune to spend. It has a decentish processor – running perfectly quickly –and a responsive touch screen. It does, however, use a slightly older version of the Android software.
£149, time2.co
1. HTC Flyer
One of the few tablets that still requires you to use a stylus pen. But outdated, it certainly isn't. It comes equipped with a 5-megapixel camera and dual speakers and, surprisingly, the pen is a bonus, rather than a burden, allowing users to scribble in the margins, highlight text and draw with ease.
£599, amazon.co.uk
4. Sony S
The Sony Tablet S excels at multitasking, allowing you to surf the web, check social networking sites and listen to music while typing on the on-screen keyboard. Plus, with the help of its built-in infra red system, it acts as a controller for your TV, Blu-ray player and HiFi system, too.
£349, sony.co.uk

HTC, Blackberry and of course Apple feature in our top tech list.

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