Will Verduzco · Dec 18, 2013 at 07:00 am

Check Out Our Best Tablets of 2013 Guide!

Two days ago, we released the smartphone segment of our Holiday Gift Guide for 2013. Today, we are also sharing our tablet guide.

Whether you’re buying a last minute gift for friends and family, or you simply want to find out how best to spend your hard-earned money (or all those gift cards you will receive in the coming days), you should take a few minutes to peruse the guides! And while you’re at it, be sure to vote for your favorite devices!

Visit our Holiday Gift Guide 2013 to get started, or head directly to the two lists below:

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In the coming days, we’ll also post a submission form for you to vote on your favorite community-created apps. Stay tuned to the XDA Portal to learn more about how to vote!


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