Samsung is serious about conquering the tablet market with its Galaxy Tab 10.1, which is the thinnest and lightest tablet in the market at the moment. Is it able to outshine its rivals?
Creative revisits its OEM roots with the unveiling of the Jaguar3 reference tablet, powered by its Zii Labs' ZMS-20 dual-core processor. Will it make an impact in a burgeoning tablet market and woo manufacturers to its camp? Here's what we think.
Lenovo is the latest brand to jump onto the tablet bandwagon with its IdeaPad Tablet K1. How does the K1 differentiate itself from the rest? Can it make a dent to the competition's offerings? In short, Lenovo tried. Read our review to find out more.
ASUS tackles the tablet competition head-on with yet another revolutionary device. The Eee Pad Slider incorporates a slide out full QWERTY keyboard and is its strongest selling point. It runs on Google Android 3.1 OS and is powered by a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz processor. Find out how it fared in detail, especially against its Transformer cousin.
With tablets looking to be a major casual media consumption device for many consumers, Logitech unveiled a new line of iPad and Android tablet accessories, with the promise of more to follow.
Even though Lenovo is dabbling with Google's Android Honeycomb platform, the company is always ready to put a business spin to its Android tablets. Here's a quick impression from our brief hands-on time with the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet.
With the tablet market dominated by Apple iOS and Google Android, how does the Acer Iconia Tab W500 and its accompanying Microsoft Windows 7 OS match up against the competition? Our review of this Acer tablet will shed some light on its sustainability.
2011 is certainly the Year of the Tablet. With so many tablets currently in the market and more on the way, choices are aplenty. Here's a quick summary of the tablet scene and their respective reviews.
ASUS takes a different approach with the Eee Pad Transformer tablet by including a keyboard docking station which also doubles as a second battery pack. Its ability to morph into a genuine laptop gave us a lot more to work with in our detailed review of this Android Honeycomb tablet.
Lenovo joins the Android family with the launch of its IdeaPad and ThinkPad tablets, which run on the Android 3.1 platform. Join us as we check out the IdeaPad K1 in detail!