Building on the success of its first Transformer, ASUS announced the world's first quad-core Android tablet, the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Can its blazing fast processor and sleek 8.3mm metallic spun finish design bring ASUS to greater heights? Let's find out.
The Huawei MediaPad runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Android 3.2 and has a high density 7-inch display. How does it fare against the competition? Read on to find out.
Lenovo claims the ThinkPad Tablet as the first true business-class slate for corporate users. Does it have what it takes to be one? We'll figure that out in this review.
Sony is determined to make the Tablet S stand out. It's the first PlayStation certified slate and the first to feature an unconventional folded magazine design. Are these features enough to make it stand out? We find out.
Acer joins the seven-inch tablet club with its Iconia Tab A100. It is equipped with a 1.0GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. It runs on the latest Android 3.2 OS. Does it perform? We find out.
Sony showcases its creativity with its Tablet S, which features a unique folding design that looks like the curve of a folded magazine. Here's our first impressions of this one-of-a-kind Android 3.2 tablet.
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?
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.
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.
On the eve of Computex 2011, ASUS announced a slew of new CE products, from tablets to notebooks. Chief among them is the Padfone, a hybrid of smartphone and tablet. Find out all the exciting new products revealed at ASUS' press conference.