1. Nexus 7 (2013)
The update to the 2012 T3 gadget of the year brings in a new, stunningly bright and sharp display, refined design and faster processor, while pushing the version of Android up to 4.3. Google also added a five megapixel rear camera, wireless charging tech and doubled the amount of RAM, to make a rather enticing high-end tablet for a relatively cheap price-tag.
Price: £199 | Google Play | T3 review
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Choosing between the mass of cheap tablets can be tough, now there are so many on the market. Whether you're looking for a Kindle Fire Android tablet for reading or a Tesco Hudl for shopping and browsing the Google Play Store, we've rounded up some of the best cheap tablets to buy.
All these tablets cost under £200, a lot less than an iPad, but are still stuffed to the brim with speedy processors, plenty of internal storage and some really high-res displays, making sure you get a lot of bang for your buck.
If you're looking for something a bit more high-end, check out these best Android tablets to buy in 2013.