Speed, design and innovation continues to be defining factors driving the 2014 tablet market. Thanks to mobile chipmakers such as Intel and Qualcomm and their power-sipping processors, tablet user expectations have changed. Apple and Google have shrunk in size and weight of their tablets introducing mini versions, which don't skimp on features and include HD displays.
On the innovative front, Samsung Knox security technology -- that works on both handsets and tablets -- allows companies to create virtual partitions on Android devices that insulates corporate-managed apps and data from potential attack or falling into the wrong hands should the device be lost or stolen.
What follows is 2014's head-turning Tech 10 tablets that are helping 2014 shape up to be an intriguing year for tablets.