1. LG G Pad
Following on from the release of the G2, LG are back in the Android tablet game, pinning their hopes on the G Pad. Announced just before IFA, the G Pad boasts a 1920 x 1200 display, powered by a Snapdragon 600 processor. The 8.3-inch display pits it against Apple’s super popular iPad Mini and the lack of bezels give a nice edge to edge feel. Many LG software tweaks are added to Android 4.2.2, including QPair – for connecting your smartphone.
Price: £259 | LG
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