Tempted by the power, performance and features of Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but turned off by its huge size? Now you can get all of those pro-level features in a standard 9.7-inch form factor. Say hello to the iPad Pro 9.7. And you know what? It's even better than its big brother. Here's our full review.
The ZenPad 8.0 is another attractive, low-price tablet from ASUS, with expandable storage and 4G LTE connectivity. You can also buy a unique Audio Cover for it that gives it 5.1-channel surround sound capabilities. Can it compete with the likes of Xiaomi's Mi Pad? We find out.
Samsung's new flagship tablets are thinner and lighter than ever. But is their attractive design matched by equally compelling performance? We take a closer look to find out.
Just days ago, Lenovo announced its new business-oriented ThinkPad X1 family of devices. Now that we are here at CES 2016, here's a closer look at some of them.
Samsung's massive 18.4-inch tablet makes its debut in Singapore, packing a slew of features designed for better video and family bonding experience. Does it make sense to have one? We give you our first impressions.
The holiday season is almost upon us and Lenovo has just held a special event to showcase their new products for this coming festive season. There's notebooks, tablets, phablets and more. Check them all out here.
With a 7-inch display, a reasonably slim and light build, dual-SIM 3G connectivity, and an unheard of price tag of S$199, the ASUS ZenPad C 7.0 looks like a great buy for anyone after an affordable and compact tablet for web browsing on the go. But is it any good? We find out.
Yolk, the team behind the Kickstarter success Solar Paper, came to Singapore to give us a hands-on with their portable solar charger, with news on the finalized version of the product.
We loved Sony's waterproof Z2 Tablet and Z3 Tablet Compact, and now Sony has launched the new Z4 tablet. With an upgraded QHD display and octa-core processor, as well as a new Bluetooth keyboard dock that turns it into a 10-inch laptop, the Z4 looks like another winner. But can it live up to those expectations?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen (8.0) and (9.7-inch) succeed the Galaxy Tab 4 series with thinner and lighter designs. They also come with an S Pen, a stylus once reserved for the flagship Galaxy Note series. Can Samsung redefine the entry-level tablet space with the Tab A using an S Pen? We find out in this review.