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The Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0 is set up to be the Chinese company’s challenger to Apple and Samsung. Huawei have made no secret that they aim to actually overtake those two over the next couple of years. Has the MediaPad M2 got the chops though?

Months without a new Huawei device to review and then there’s two in a matter of weeks – not that I am complaining, of course!

Following on from my P9 review, I have just spent the last 10 days living with the premium version of the MediaPad M2 10.0. This is a landscape-focused, 10-inch Android tablet that’s both thin and light and has a classy aluminium build.

This, on paper at least, makes it a direct challenger to Apple’s iPad Air 2. It certainly looks and feels more polished than the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2.

Could this be the iPad and Samsung Tab S2 alternative you’ve been looking for?

Find out at GadgetyNews.


Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 4 last October, it also revealed a new version of its Type Cover keyboard for the device, along with a variant featuring an integrated fingerprint sensor. This has only been available to those stateside – until now.

In the UK, people can pick one up at retailers from March 15th including; Selfridges, Harrods, Amazon, PC World, Currys, Dixons Travel, Argos, John Lewis and Very.co.uk.

Get the whole story at GadgetyNews.


The Vodafone Tab speed 6 is the network’s latest Android tablet and was announced today.

Vodafone has just launched the new Tab speed 6 – a compact tablet with 8 inch display for just £125 Pay as you go.

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