The original Surface Pro was many things, but chief among them was strange. Not only did it deftly—if not quite perfectly—straddle the line between tablet and laptop, but it also straddled the line between futurist ideal and problematic product. This time around the Surface Pro 2 is packing plenty of practical…
Remember the Boogie Board "tablet" that, factoring in 50,000 erases, cost less than paper? It's been super-sized to 10.5 inches, giving you basically twice the real estate to doodle or leave disgusting dorm door messages. You still can't record your sketches or writing, but depending on how indecent your friends are,…
Lenovo is leaking like a poorly built ship this Easter Sunday: This Is My Next just broke word of a not-yet-officially acknowledged Honeycomb-equipped ThinkPad tablet, due out (with stylus) this July.
According to BGR, HP's impressive-looking (but sluggish) webOS TouchPad tablet could be on sale this June for $700. While that'll probably be on par with the Motorola Xoom, come on tablet contenders. Give me a price point I can get excited about, already! Or one that's at least competitive with your friends in…
Tablets! Tablets tablets tablets. They're the hot ticket at this year's CES. Just about everyone's got one (not that everyone should). We've parsed, prodded, and played with the main contenders. And this one's best. Well, these ones.
WinRumors is reporting that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will reveal parts of Windows 8 during tomorrow night's CES keynote, mainly related to future slates they have planned. In addition, there should be new Windows Phone and Xbox announcements.
Good news and good news for Verizon Galaxy Tab owners and anyone thinking about picking up this diminutive slate: The price is dropping by $100 to $500, and anyone who bought one at the old price gets a refund.
Fox News is reporting that that these spec sheets are the first look at Palm's rumored webOS tablet, PalmPad. Apparently at CES we'll see not just one but three versions of the slates, which will run on Sprint's 4G network.
So, that Galaxy Tab teaser video from yesterday was pretty great! But if bits of it caused a little deja vu, it could be because the interface seems to take more than a few cues from the iPad.
Toshiba hasn't been overly shy with SmartPad details—they even showed it off from a distance last month—but Notebook Italia's got an unconfirmed close-up look at the tablet in all its multi-ported glory.
What happens when a Windows 7 tablet takes on the iPad head to head in a series of every day usage battles? This video happens. Place your bets!