The majority of people will be looking to buy their loved ones a tablet or laptop this Christmas
ENGLAND, UK: Nine out of 10 people plan on giving consumer electronics as gifts this year, with laptops and tablets leading the way for adults. With that in mind, My Favourite Voucher Codes has generated a top 10 list of the best tablets for this Christmas.
According to the 20th annual CE Holiday Purchase Patterns Study, the majority of people will be looking to buy their loved ones a tablet or laptop this Christmas.
Choosing a tablet out of the wide range that's available can seem like a daunting task. Even if you aren't new to the world of electronics, it can still be difficult selecting the right tablet as a gift.
However, My Favourite Voucher Codes has put together a top 10 list to give shoppers a helping hand.
1. Microsoft Surface Pro 2
Featuring Windows 8.1, the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 is half laptop and half tablet. It comes with a 10.6 inch screen and gives you the ability to watch HD movies. This tablet is available from the online Microsoft store, but shoppers might be able to save by with 5% off thanks to PC world voucher codes.
2. Samsung Galaxy 3 7.0
The Samsung Galaxy is the iPad's closest rival. It has a 7 inch screen and it comes in either an 8GB or 16GB option. It's not the most advanced tablet available, but it's definitely one of the best budget buys. You can find this tablet in many high street stores, including Comet, for around £159.
3. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Another Samsung offering is the Note. Featuring an 8 inch screen, this version of the Note doesn't require the stylus pen. It's another good budget option and you can buy it at a great price from John Lewis - again it's worth shoppers seeing if they could save with John Lewis voucher codes.
4. ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity
The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity has the huge advantage of coming kitted out with a keyboard. It has a stylish design and is one of the more powerful tablets on offer. You can find it for around £700 on Amazon.
5. Blackberry Playbook 2
The Blackberry Playbook 2 uses the BB10 software that took the company over a year to create. It's much improved on its predecessor and at just £160, it's hard to grumble.
6. Tesco Hudl
This solidly built tablet is one of the best budget buys on offer and the first to be manufactured by a supermarket. Found only at Tesco, you can expect an Android operating system and a good 7 inch display for £119.
John Fri Nov 8 at 01:37 AM
@AVPTI I wouldn't worry about it. This is a made-up list including a non-existent Playbook. There is zero chance you will be buying one anytime soon (or ever).
AVPTI Thu Nov 7 at 11:17 PM
Can you show me a picture of the PlayBook 2 please? I want to know what it looks like before purchasing.