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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a superfast 6in smarphone and tablet that is stylish and slim, despite its large size. Read PC Advisor's Galaxy Note 3 review to find out…
£599 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is one of the best tablets you can buy right now. Find our why in our full in-depth review.
£319 inc VAT
Samsung has launched new Android tablets, so here's our Galaxy Tab S 10.5 review.
£399 inc VAT
Apple’s attempt to erase the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 from the history books is a compelling reason to take a long hard look at this upstart tablet - UPDATED 25 AUG 2011
£399 inc VAT
Samsung has packed an entire Intel Core i5 laptop into a slim, light slate tablet that comes with a Bluetooth keyboard. Too bad it had to pack a fan in there, too.…
£950 inc VAT
With pen input and a highly customized version of Android 4.0, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 distinguishes itself in a crowded market. Here's our Samsung Galaxy Note…
£500 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is a thin-and-light 7in Android ICS tablet. But can it distinguish itself from the inexpensive Android crowd? Read our Samsung Galaxy Tab…
£250 inc VAT
Samsung has updated its Galaxy Note 10.1 with an S-Pen and an excellent 10.1-inch and a 299 ppi screen. Here's our Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 review.
£450 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a 7in-screen Google Android slate PC. While we've been hearing about the rush of Android tablets for some time now, the Galaxy Tab is the…
£499 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 offers Ice Cream Sandwich at a much lower price than its predecessor - which makes it a bargain, right? Read our Samsung Galaxy Tab 2…
£299 inc VAT
Samsung's Windows 8 convertible laptop/tablet hybrid is long on horsepower, but short on build quality. Here's our Samsung Ativ Smart PC Pro 700T review.
£975 inc VAT
Samsung has launched a kids' version of its Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, complete with an easy-to-use, colourful interface. Here's our Galaxy Tab 3 Kids review.
£199 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2 is a huge and powerful tablet aimed at a those who want to do more than simply watch movies, play games and surf the web. Here's our…
£599 inc VAT
Samsung has updated its Galaxy Note range with an 8in phablet. Read our Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 review to find out more.
£339 inc VAT
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 range is the entry level and includes 7-, 8- and 10-inch screens. Here's our review of the Tab 4 8.0 Wi-Fi & 4G, which also works as a…
£240 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Note is Samsung's unique half smartphone and half tablet device. The hybrid handset boasts a 5.3-inch screen and some impressive specs to boot.
£600 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 is the latest Google Android tablet from Samsung. It takes the company into new screen territory of 8.9in. But it's the thinness of the…
£389 inc VAT
The Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 is an update to the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 but there's not much that's new. Take a look at our Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 preview to find out more.
£150 inc VAT
One of Samsung's new Ativ devices is the Ativ Q, a hybrid tablet and laptop running both Windows 8 and Android.
As part of its new Ativ range of PCs, laptops and tablets, Samsung has introduced the Ativ Tab 3. Read our Samsung Ativ Tab 3 hands-on review to find out more.
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