Last Updated: September 26th, 2013


It's pretty safe to assume that most people either have, or want, a tablet. For those who are in the market though, trying to find the perfect slate can be a daunting task. With all of the options, even the savviest consumers can easily get overwhelmed. Not to mention how much research is involved in making an educated purchase decision – I will personally sometimes spend weeks researching and comparing products before making a major purchase. Fortunately, there's a recently-launched resource available for tablet shoppers that can not only drastically cut research time, but makes it easy to find key information about most of the relevant devices in the category.

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The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!

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I'm talking about TabletRocket.com, a new site that makes comparing tablets to one another a simple and informative process. TabletRocket uses the most relevant and comparable criteria to throw tablets in a head-to-head deathmatch where the best is then crowned the victor. It's not just about winning and losing, either – you'll find full specs for both devices, along with quick summaries and performance profiles. It's pretty in-depth.

If spec-for-spec or benchmark comparisons aren't your thing, don't fret – TabletRocket also highlights what reviews from popular sites are saying, as well as how each particular device is faring in Amazon reviews. This way you get a quick look at not only what the pros are saying, but also how everyday users feel about the devices. Hard to beat that.


If you're looking for very specific features from a device, TabletRocket can help you out there too. For example, let's say you're trying to get the most bang for your buck. TabletRocket can help you there. Or maybe you're in search of the best browsing experience. TabletRocket has you covered there too. And those are just a few examples of the info you'll find.

If you're not in the market for a new tablet, however, there are a few other sites worth checking out in the "Rocket" family: CameraRocket, PhoneRocket, and ReaderRocket.


To commemorate the launch of TabletRocket, the guys have hooked us up with two 32GB Nexus 7s (2013). US winners will get the LTE version, while the Wi-Fi version will be available to international winners.

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This giveaway is available in the following countries: Canada, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom, United States.

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The giveaway will run for one week, ending at Midnight (12:00 AM) PT on September 25th. Good luck!

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Roy Karny

    I appreciate the size the most!

  • AT00


  • fixxel

    I'll take my chance

  • jbird

    Great for school!

  • Ivan92116


  • Kimberly Burgess

    This is an excellent device! :) I'd love to gain the LTE model! :)

  • Ashwani Korpal


  • gman


  • Mashal Alfas

    lets keep tryin.....

  • Betty Spry

    What I value most is the capabiltiy of being able to carry it with me everywhere and not have it cost me an arm and a leg.

  • Kevin Faaborg

    Honestly, i find durability the most important. Let it survive daily life without needing a Otterbox Defender.

  • Jody Newton

    What I value most in a tablet is portability. I'd love to be able to whip my laptop out in the middle class and take notes, but it is simply too large and bulky for this task to be done simply. With the tablet, however, I could take notes with ease without having to drag around an extra fifteen pounds everyday.

  • richelle bowers


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  • Kyle

    Hope I win...

  • linda w.

    I would love one for the portability.

  • Alexia Harvours

    I value a clear crisp picture display, quality, portability, and price.
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  • Nick D

    All of the above. I can't agree with Cameron more, I think the 8 inch size is the perfect balance of being as big as possible to get stuff done, but still being very portable and easy to handle, so it's a bit disappointing to me that the industry seems to have pretty much settled on 7. Then, of course, it needs to work well and not hit the wallet too hard.

  • dash_ok

    performance of course

  • HDC

    I value portability as well as cost

  • Jose Ramos

    I could use both.

  • ellett

    Blog posts I can do. Facebook not so much.

    By the way, that tabletrocket is a pretty cool site. Bookmark ahoy!

  • Ian Tong Yen Chiun

    Portablility, Afforability

  • PudgyPanda

    being mobile on the go

  • Sean F

    Ergonomics is most important. :)

  • sarah cool

    performance and quality

  • Dennis Ly

    I value performance the most on a tablet

  • Ujjobbágy Attila

    Smoothness and performance with a high resolution display.

  • Bijender Dogra

    and pure vanilla jelly bean ui <3

  • Lukas

    I would use a Tablet primarily for the University, so it should be portable an have an battery that bringth me through the day.

  • Akash Kothawale

    Simplicity. A Tab is something I'd use when I come home back after work and want relief. If using it is pain in the *body* then I'd rather to use it. Hence Simplicity

  • gervai5

    My kids borked my PlayBook so I need a new one and this one (N7) is pure bang for buck in terms perf and sets the minimum bar for android tablets!

  • dapbmonkey4u

    I would use the tablet to interact with my children to help with reading and math...of course some movies too. Battery life and simplicity would be my highest priorities.

  • http://TapThatTech.com/ Tap That Tech

    Great comp!

  • Aman Halani

    Most important in a tablet is performance and affordability!

  • MyNameIsLOS

    I played with the new nexus 7 for the first time the other day, man it feels so right in my hand. So that would be the thing I value the most, how good it holds. I work at a store that sells all kinds of random tablets, and they feel awkward. For holding a 7in or bigger device, I think premium build is a must. I would love to win one! Good luck everybody!

  • Yiannis Xenophontos

    The screen

  • Gabriel R

    Performance and affordability for me.

  • Brit Mckay

    I hope I win!

  • merman1983

    I've gone all in on this one. TabletRocket ftw!

  • Martin Spasovski

    What do you value most in a tablet? Portablility? Afforability? Performance? Something else?
    -I value the most in a tablet the Performance!

  • mark zero

    To answer the question: I value performance and a great display in tablets.

  • Martin Nutbeem

    Cool beans, blue jeans, sweat dreams, gene genies.

    Good luck to everyone in the International countries included.

  • vinhi

    hope to win coz never won anything ever before

  • fgyn

    Performance with a large dose of portability

  • Andrew Swanson

    What I value most in a tablet is the in-hand feel, as I use my current tablet as an ebook reader first, and as a tablet second.

  • Diana Corlett

    Best performance for the size would be the main factor for me. Ease of use comes in a close second though....

  • XopherTaylor

    Must win! My son dropped my first gen Nexus 7 on the drive way!

  • Eker

    price and Performance

  • melan26

    I want it to be able to work.

  • Harold R

    The most important thing for a tablet is the portability and ease of handling. If it is too big it just isn't very useful for me.

  • http://twitter.com/Thickn31 Dee Adams

    Tablets are so easy to carry around. Its light-in-weight plus I can put them anywhere! I supply LUV SHOWING THEM!

  • wanderingjuding28

    i want it so bad :))

  • Ariel C


  • Cat MacKinnon

    performance is my biggest factor, but affordability is right up there. i still think most tablets are a bit on the pricey side, but luckily that's changing in a big way.

  • kat

    Trying very hard to decide between a Samsung galaxy tab 3 and an apple mini. Hopefully tabletrocket can help

  • Shubham

    I value The portability the most. So i can carry it everywhere (Eg Uni to quickly take down notes, or check up or my timetable)

  • Rocco

    Portability and function.

  • jen s.

    i like something that is lightweight and also durable

  • Raymond Kuo

    I want to win. It will be my daily portable companion.

  • Abhi Rana


  • Diana C

    The portability, definitely. You can take it anywhere and if there is wifi, you can do just about anything you want.
    Diana C

  • Shawn

    Portability and performance are the two major things I look for in a tablet.

  • aj34

    I can take it anywhere and it is light

  • प्रवीन कुमारी

    Afforability & Performance .

  • Monu Talwar

    Performance is main concern

  • Mahesh Kumar

    Most value in my tablet Performance

  • Cryss

    Performance and portability.

  • Rinku Kumar

    I value all Portablility , Afforability and Performance .

  • John H

    performance and portability is what i look for

  • Priya Sharma

    Performance + Regular update

  • Jaisica Bhardwaj

    All feature i love performance , speed .......

  • Mandeep Rani

    I love in tabs Performance and Regular software update

  • Deepi Sharma

    value most in a tablet portablility , afforability , performance and after sale service

  • Seema Kumari

    Performance is main I recommend

  • C Tavares

    I value performance most.

  • Neelam Rani

    Performance , Portablility , Afforability

  • Parveen Sharma

    Performance, battery life & portability

  • Sanjay Kumar

    Whole device

  • Roop Singh

    I value most in a tablet ,Portability ,Affordability ,Performance

  • Carlos

    What I'm looking for when buying a tablet is the perfect combination of affordability and the specs, capped by the over-all performance based on reviews from people who actually use the tablet on their everyday life.

  • Cherin McKenzie

    I love value

  • http://mp3pintyo.blogspot.hu/ Pintér Zsolt

    Performance, usability, value

  • Andrew Pham

    I value performance the most

  • fabian

    i Need good battery life and at last a 8 Inch screen

  • Steph BKN

    I value portability & easy to use, must be easy to use!

  • p3h2o


  • Edy Bolos

    Performance / price ratio

  • docashhosale

    I value most Performance in a tablet.

  • elizamatt

    I most value affordability in a tablet. Thanks for the contest.

  • Peter Morrison

    I like them most for the performance :D

  • jlafount

    Performance. I need to be able to lauch apps quickly and not sit there and wait for things to update

  • Victor

    Great screen DPI that provides a colorful display and the size is just right for almost anyone

  • meredith c

    I value durability and reliability most. I have gone thru two different tablets because they just can't handle all the I require. Hope to give this one a shot!!

  • JAmes

    I hope i win this!

  • Andrew

    Portability for me.

  • ewilliams1009

    play games on the go (and watch movies)

  • Nayan Mathur

    Performance makes tab perfect

  • Amit Naini

    Affordable and Performance !

  • Kavita Choudhari

    Performance ... only performance

  • Vipin Seth

    Portablility Afforability Performance

  • Shree Bhagat

    I value performance with a good battery backup .

  • Mohini Jha

    I most complete tablet .

  • Wilson

    Let me win!

  • Daniel DS

    International my arse :<

  • Mohamad Ali Al-Ghazwi

    Yeah, other countries are from a parallel universe 32GB Nexus 7s

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    Congrats to the winners!