More and more gamers are turning to smart phones ad tablets for their gaming needs. No longer hav-ing to be cooped up inside on their games consoles, we are now able to access high quality games on the move and so developers are creating better phones tablets and phablets that ensure we can use them for more than just making calls or sending emails.

One of the main uses of the current tablets are being used for playing games from the Play Store or at gaming sites such as as the modern technology makes it easy and fast to play anything anywhere you want.

The Evga Tegra Note 7 has a 1.8GHZ Tegra 4 processor which is extremely fast. It is a 7 inch tablet with HD display giving great graphics, but it's the processor that provides great responsiveness and realistic gaming. It has front facing speakers which is a much more immersive experience when it comes to gaming.

The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX has a powerful quad core snapdragon 800 processor and has upgraded to 1920x1200 pixels at 323 ppi making it a great tablet for watching movies and gaming. Considering Kindles are usually for reading, Amazon have created a pretty powerful tablet and have dipped their toe into the gaming market, all that’s left to do is up the variety of games on offer. At only £199 it's at the cheaper end of the tablet market possibly making this a good buy for gaming enthusiasts who want an effective but not overly expensive tablet that they can use for gaming on the go.

The Sony Xperia Z2 tablet has a 10.1 inch display and offers the same resolution as its predecessor of 1920 x 1200 pixels with a pixel density of 224 ppi. It has Live Colour LED which means that it has much more vibrant colours and it is waterproof. The speakers are on the front of the tablet which is great for gaming, and it has noise cancelling technology when you use your headphones, so it will definitely make for a good solitary gaming experience. The 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and 3GB of RAM which is quite powerful, again another plus for gamers.