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Latest Tablets

HP TouchSmart in laptop mode
HP TouchSmart TM2-101ea review
Laptops Tablets

Touch applications that don't work in portrait mode, poor display viewing angles and an annoying touchpad all add up to make this a frustrating computer to use.

£800 inc VAT
Chumby Industries Chumby Classic
Chumby Industries Chumby Classic review
Tablets

It's a little expensive for a fancy alarm clock, but not versatile enough to be useful once you've woken up.

£140 inc VAT
Virgin Mobile 7.2Mbit/s Mobile Broadband
Virgin Mobile 7.2Mbit/s Mobile Broadband review
Mobile phones Tablets

Virgin's upgraded mobile broadband is good value and easy to use, but better deals with higher monthly download limits are available.

£15 inc VAT
iRiver Story
iRiver Story eBook reader review
eReaders

An attractive and sturdy device, the Story has more open format support, but the keyboard is almost redundant and it's not as easy to use or as good value as Amazon's Kindle.

Bookeen Cybook Opus
Bookeen Cybook Opus review
eReaders

A simple ereader with support for open formats, the Opus is light, easy to use and stylish, and our only concern is that it's too expensive.

£199 inc VAT
iRiver Story
iRiver Story review
eReaders

An attractive and sturdy device, the Story has more open format support, but the keyboard is almost redundant and it's not as easy to use or as good value as Amazon's Kindle.

£229 inc VAT
Amazon Kindle 2
Amazon Kindle 2 review
eReaders Mobile phones

Kindle ties you into Amazon's proprietary format, but the hardware is good and you can buy books from practically anywhere.

£155 inc VAT
Sony Reader Pocket Edition review
eReaders Mobile phones

With little improvement over the original model and lots of missing features, the Pocket Edition isn't Sony's best Reader.

£160 inc VAT
Interead COOL-ER review
eReaders

It's lighter and more colourful than other eBook readers, but the COOL-ER is poorly made and clunky.

£189 inc VAT
Asus T91 review
Laptops Tablets

A touchscreen and small size and weight make the T91 an interesting netbook, but average battery life and a cramped keyboard let it down.

£386 inc VAT