2011 is the year of the tablet, filled with more hardware and software choices. And that's where our PlayTest Lite with HTC came in handy, where we walked participants through a tablet buying guide presentation, giving them the opportunity to play with the HTC Flyer and win one for themselves. Here's what went down at PlayTest Lite with HTC.
Being the first tablet to come with Google's tablet-optimized Android 3.0 OS, otherwise known as Honeycomb, does the Motorola Xoom live up to the hype? We answer that question within this detailed review and compare it against a few other popular contenders.
Will the coming of Google Android 3.0 tablets break Apple's strong grip on the tablet market? Perhaps the Acer Iconia Tab A500 can answer that question.
The Apple iPad 2 is now officially slated for a 29th April launch in Singapore. Potential buyers, do you need the Wi-Fi or 3G version, or is the first iPad still relevant? Take some time to consider our views on this matter.
We take an early peek of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer running Google Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and hope that it's not as cringe worthy as the ASUS commercials.
At MWC 2011, HTC once again threw a whole slew of updates to its portfolio. This time, we see new Android 2.3 devices, smartphones with a one-key access to Facebook and more importantly, the company's first tablet running with an updated HTC Sense.
It's time to take a look at a tablet with two different lives. Running on an Intel Atom processor is Redfox's Wizpad which runs on either the Android platform or your usual Windows 7 operating system. Find out more.
Computex 2010 has yet to open its doors to visitors, but a few major vendors held their own press events today. We caught up with bigwigs ASUS and MSI and found that this year's theme appears to be tablets and more tablets.
Lenovo makes a strong case to skip the usual netbook form factor with this foray into the world of tablet computing, the new Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t.