Which? Technology news roundup, 6 December 2013Best tablets, broadband deals, iPad tips & more

06 December 2013

iPad tips, broadband deals, best tablets

From Apple’s shapely iPad Air to the eminently affordable Tesco Hudl, this week we’ve rounded up the bestselling tablets.

We've taken a look at all of the flagship tablets available this Christmas, so you can decide which is the best fit for you, and the rest of your family, this Yuletide season.

Elsewhere this week, TalkTalk has stated that its new Essentials package is the cheapest deal around if you're in the market for broadband, phone and television. We look at the alternatives to see if TalkTalk's claims are true.

We've also been getting to grips with both the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display this week to bring you the ten best tips and tricks for getting the most out of Apple's new tablets.

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All this and more on Which? Tech Daily.

Cheapest broadband, phone & TV packages

TalkTalk claims its new Essentials package is the cheapest for broadband, phone and television. Costing just £22.90 per month (including line rental) it certainly looks like a good deal.

To find out just how good, we compared the cheapest packages currently available from BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media. Find out whether TalkTalk's bundle is the real deal.

The top five bestselling tablets

With Christmas just around the corner, there’s a veritable festive sack of tablets available to fit your present-giving needs for the whole family. But which one should you choose?

We round up the flagship tablets that may well be on your Christmas shopping list this year. From the premium iPad Air and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, to the much more affordable Tesco Hudl, we help you choose which is best.

10 best iPad tips & tricks

The release of the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display means that more people than ever will be staring at their device’s super-sharp screens with a mix of wonder and despair.

Don't fear however, as we'll have you up-and-running with your new tablet in no time with our helpful list of iPad tips and tricks.

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