It's the year of the tablet and its difficult to make a decision. We have made the collection of the best tablets of 2012 to help you.
iPad with Retina
Still the standard bearer for the world of tablets, the iPad's beautiful new Retina display and robust app library makes it hard to beat.
Google's answer to the iPad, the Samsung-manufactured Nexus 10 is a powerful standout tablet with a beautiful screen and fine lines.
The long awaited and constantly rumored miniature iPad. Its price and the lack of a Retina display makes it a hard swallow compared more value-oriented competitors.
Google beat Apple in the smaller tablet space with the Acer-made 7-inch Nexus. Fast, elegant and priced to move, it's the perfect tablet for those looking for something more portable.
With its low price and good experience, the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD is a great value for fans of Amazon's ecosystem.
Barnes and Noble's 7-inch tablet has the best screen in its class but you'll have to make do with less memory size.
Microsoft's first tablet is a gamechanger that blurs the line between tablet and PC, but it's an edgy gamble that has its share of lovers and haters. If you're looking for something a little more versatile than the iPad, the Surface RT could be your choice.
Samsung's 10-inch Note is expensive considering the competition, but if you're in the market for stylus support, this is a good choice for you.
Transformer Pad Infinity
This Asus offering everything you want in a tablet: a great screen and powerful internals. It turns into a laptop (the keyboard dock comes standard).