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The past few months have seen the advent of 7-inch to 12-inch tablets which deliver high performance and support access to a large number of apps. The latest tablets running Windows 8, Android and iOS operating systems are from brands like Sony, Asus, Samsung, Lenovo, Acer, Apple and Microsoft.

The latest tablets are capable for home as well as enterprise users owing to the power and security features included in them. You can select from the newest tablets according to the operating systems or physical attributes. Android tablets have more number of apps and options for customizing home screens, at an affordable price. If you want to go with Windows tablets, increased productivity would be at your disposal. Besides, iOS devices could be your choice for easy to use interface.

Most users prefer portability to visibility, in that case the latest tablets having screens of 7 inch and 8 inch would be preferable for traveling and reading ebooks. A segment of users can opt for the new tablets only for watching movies and playing games, that criteria is fulfilled by above 8 inch screen size. At present you can get a screen resolution as high as 2560x1600 pixels in latest tablets.

The tablets appearing in our list have been launched not more than a year ago, and have new hardware including fast processors for loading apps, large RAM size for multitasking and spacious hard drives for better storage. Currently, Apple tablets have A6X processors, while other top-tier processors are NVIDIA Tegra 3/Tegra 4, Qualcomm Snapdragon and Samsung Exynos. 2GB RAM and storage of 8 to 32GB is the standard for the latest tablets.

Other features in the latest tablets are good connectivity, high-resolution cameras and longer battery life. We bring here a recommendation list of the best latest tablets of 2013 in order to help you buy the most advanced device.

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Sony Xperia Z4

Sony Xperia Z4


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Release Date
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Digital Camera
8.1 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus
8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus
Display
IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
10.8 inches, IPS LCD, 1920 x 1080
Display Size
2560 x 1600, 2560 x 1600
1536 x 2048
Operating System
Android OS, v5.0 (Lollipop)
Android OS, v5.0 (Lollipop)
Screen Size(Diagonal)
10.1 inch
7.9 inch
Weight
0.86 lb.
0.69 lb.
1.6 lb.
Front Webcam Resolution
5.1 MP
5.0 MP

  • - The Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet has all the style, power and stunning screen quality necessary to make it a true iPad Air 2 rival.
    - Battery drain is particularly bad when using the camera.
    - The trackpad is tiny, too, and therefore unpleasant to use.
    - All in all, it’s an outstanding display that’s ideal for watching high-quality movies and playing complex games.


  • Sony's Xperia Z4 Tablet is a fantastic Android device lumbered with a pointless keyboard dock. If you can pick one up alone, it might be the perfect tablet for you, but it's too expensive to recommend with the dock included.


  • The Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet is a seriously impressive device and easily one of the best tablets we've ever tested. The design is astonishingly thin and light and the waterproofing with only the need for one cover is a bonus. This topped with excellent hardware, performance and software means we can barely fault it. However, the fact Sony bundles it with the Bluetooth keyboard with no option to buy it alone means that it's more expensive than rivals. We feel it's a 9/10 products but we've no choice but to mark the value score lower.


  • - This is awful by tablet standards, but we can't really complain at this price point.
    - There are no sensors other than an accelerometer for automatic screen rotation, and the battery seems rather weak at 3,200mAh.
    - SiSoft SANDRA reported subsystem scores nearly identical to those of the Canvas Laptab LT666 except for slightly weaker SSD performance and memory bandwidth which was only half as good, indicating that the 1GB of RAM in this tablet uses a single controller channel.

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    The aluminum unibody has great build quality. Good display quality, though it's quite reflective and colors are dull. No expandable storage or bigger storage options are limiting. Connectivity lacks wired TV out, GPS; the reversible USB Type-C plug is cool though. Battery life is disappointing, below tablets with smaller batteries. The software feels very unfinished. The Intel chipset provides adequate performance. Speakers are quite easily muffled with hand and are not very loud to begin with. Uninspiring default video player, no subtitles support, no DLNA either. Audio output quality is very good.


  • The Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 Series (7140) is a business-focused tablet with strong performance, long battery life, and a healthy selection of ports and security features, not to mention accessories to help keep you productive.