Gizmodo Awards 2012: Vote On Your Favourite Tablets

You came, you saw, you nominated. Now it's time to get down to the nitty, gritty of voting on the slate and convertible tablets of the year.

Will the Microsoft Surface RT take out the crown for convertibles? Could the iPad mini bring it home for slates? You'll only know if you vote for your favourite!

You can even tell us what you voted for in the comments and why.

Poll closes on 11 December 2012 at 10am AEDT. All handsets are ordered alphabetically. In the interest of fairness, only one vote is allowed.

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    Why doesn't Surface count as a normal tablet? And why isn't my Playbook on the list?

    Last edited 04/12/12 7:07 pm

      because no body likes the play book because is was not very good or a big seller. , you always have to be different. why cant you just post somthing positive for once and be more agreeable.

        Yeah! Why isn't the Surface in the normal tablet category??

    Why isn't the Yoga on the list of convertibles?

    No Lenovo Yoga?

    Btw I'm loving this comment system. Simple to use and fully universal.

    Last edited 05/12/12 10:51 am

    Tue surface rt is actually a normal Tablet and its really idiotic not to put it in the list.... maybe people here are not being paid well by Microsoft?

    Why is it again that Surface isn't in the tablet list and instead is a convertible? Yes it does have a keyboard accessory, but the Surface that you actually buy is a tablet by itself.

    Same question: Why is the Microsoft Surface RT not in the list of normal tablets? And I don't mean you should move it. It is actually both, a normal one, and a convertible one.
    Next question: Why are the Apple iPads in the normal tablets list and not just in a separate category "Will be used as chopping board in the future" ?

    Slight variation on the theme - why isn't the iPad 4th gen in the convertible list? Apple's iPad accessory page (titled "Make you iPad even better with accessories", lists earpods, covers, and you guessed it, keyboards. From the page:

    The incredibly thin Apple Wireless Keyboard uses Bluetooth technology, which makes it compatible with iPad. And you’re free to type wherever you like — with the keyboard in front of your iPad or on your lap.

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