Google captured control of the tiny tablet market in 2012 when it released its first ever own-brand tablet, the Nexus 7. Offering seemingly top-end performance, but with prices starting at just £200, the Nexus 7 was a hit with businesses and consumers.
So Apple hit back months later, releasing its own small-form tablet the iPad Mini. While still an excellent tablet, the original Mini had a few issues that stopped it scoring full marks in V3's review. These included a slightly disappointing display, an aging A5 chipset and hefty starting cost of more than £300.
One year on Apple has fixed a few of these flaws, releasing its latest iPad Mini 2. To learn more about the Apple iPad Mini 2 and explore the new features, use our interactive picture guide below. Roll your mouse over the device to see the key elements and click on the tags that appear.