6. Google Nexus Tablet

Expected release: TBD

Last year wasn't a good one for tablets running Google's Android OS. While Apple sold over 40 million iPads in 2011, less than four million Android tablets were sold. Google wants to change that. The company's executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, let it slip that Google was working on a tablet to live along side its Nexus line of smartphones. Anyone who has used a Google Nexus phone can tell you that they deliver the best, most pure Android experience. Besides the hardware usually being state of the art, the software is exactly as Google wanted it to be. There's no bloatware or unwanted apps, no software UI overlay to confuse the navigation and experience. Just Android. The way its supposed to be.