The latest Tablet reviews at PC Advisor. Tablet user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
The Sony Reader PRS 300 Pocket Edition is one of the most affordable e-book readers around. And there is plenty to like about it.
£149 inc VAT
Sony's Xperia Z2 Tablet is a slim, light, and powerful Android tablet that's good-looking too. The Xperia Z2 Tablet is the tablet to rival the iPad Air. Find out more…
£399 inc VAT
Sony has finally made a smaller tablet to rival the Nexus 7, iPad mini, Galaxy Tab S and others. Here's our full and in-depth Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact review.
£329 inc VAT
Sony's latest Reader for electronic books adds audio playback and compatibility with more formats.
£199 inc VAT
With the addition of ePub support, the Sony Reader Touch Edition shapes up as a formidable competitor to Amazon's Kindle for those who want a sturdier and more…
£249 inc VAT
No matter how slick an e-reader's physical design, it's hard to resist the urge to touch the screen. Now you can easily use the screen to navigate, with the Sony…
£159 inc VAT
As its name suggests, the Sony Reader Touch Edition (PRS-650) eBook reader comes with a touchscreen in the form of a six-inch, 16-level greyscale e-ink display. The…
£199 inc VAT
The Sony Tablet S is an Android tablet that goes beyond the basics, and shows that Sony has lost none of its innovation or design flair. It's also a dream tablet for…
£399 inc VAT
Back for its third attempt at a tablet, Sony has brought along Xperia Tablet Z, a high-end Android tablet. Read our Sony Xperia Tablet Z review to see if ‘third time…
£399 inc VAT
The Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 is a slim and stylish e-reader whose unusual design sets it apart from the pack.
£130 inc VAT
The Sony Tablet P is an Android 3.2 tablet that aims to keep you entertained.
£499 inc VAT
Sony's Duo 11 is a new hybrid touchscreen tablet and ultrabook convertible. We put it through its paces to find out if it really solves the "Should I buy a laptop or…
£1,499 inc VAT
Sony's small all-in-one PC is also a very large 20in tablet, which can work well as a shared family PC, but perhaps less well as a massive tablet. Here's our Sony…
£1,000 inc VAT
The Sony Vaio Tap 11 is a thin-and-light tablet that runs full 64-bit Windows 8 Pro and Office. Here's our Sony Vaio Tap 11 review, Sony Vaio Tap 11 benchmarks and tests.
£1,048 inc VAT
Sony has joined the emerging phablet market with its Xperia Z Ultra. Check out our Sony Xperia Z Ultra review to find out more.
£599 inc VAT
The Sony PRC-600 Reader aims to take on e-book readers such as the Amazon Kindle with its own touchscreen technology. And at first glance, the Sony's excellent build…
£249 inc VAT
Sony's first wireless eBook reader, the Sony Reader Daily Edition offers first-rate newspaper support.
£265 inc VAT
Sony’s latest Reader, the PRS-T2, continues where its predecessor - the PRS-T1 left off - combining the same slim design with faster, performance and more functionality.
£120 inc VAT
The Sony S2 Android tablet has a clamshell design with dual 5.5in touchscreens.
The Sony Xperia Tablet S has a revamped design and some interesting new features, read our preview to find out more.
£250 inc VAT
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