The best of the rest

Weigh­ing up the com­pe­ti­tion in the tablet mar­ket

ImagineFX - - Reviews -

Pana­sonic UT-MB5 Web www.pana­sonic.co.uk Price £4,000

The 20-inch be­he­moth is pow­ered by Win­dows 8 and is aimed at pro­fes­sion­als. Its 4K dis­play is sure to wow ev­ery­one who lays eyes on it. It also boasts a sty­lus with pres­sure sen­si­tiv­ity, and it’s built to Pana­sonic’s rugged Tough­pad stan­dards.

Sony Xpe­ria Z2 Web www.sony.co.uk Price £399

For those who don’t want to re­mort­gage for Pana­sonic’s mon­stros­ity, con­sider the wa­ter­proof and dust and scratch re­sis­tant Z2. Al­though it lacks a sty­lus, a cool fea­ture en­ables you to use a tra­di­tional graphite pen­cil to draw on the screen.

Sam­sung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Web www.sam­sung.com Price £349

The 12.2’s lit­tle brother is eas­ier to slip into a large pocket or small bag, for half the price. It still in­cludes cool fea­tures like the same 2,560x1,600 res­o­lu­tion, a colour depth of 16 mil­lion and an 8-megapixel cam­era, and is far more af­ford­able, too.

Nvidia Te­gra Note 7 Web www.nvidia.co.uk Price £140

This is Nvidia’s first ven­ture into tablets. As you’d ex­pect, it packs a su­per-fast mo­bile pro­ces­sor, but the boon for artists is the Nvidia Direc­tSty­lus, which is re­spon­sive and in­cludes ad­vanced fea­tures such as fin­ger and palm re­jec­tion.

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