All Product Articles tagged ‘tablet’
Toshiba brings the fight to Apple and Samsung with its latest 10.1-inch Excite Write. Armed with NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, a Wacom digitizer pen and a high resolution (2,560 x 1,600 pixel) display, is the Toshiba Excite Write the ultimate tablet for entertainment and productivity?
Simply put, the Google Chromecast is a wireless media streaming device built into a compact HDMI dongle. Even those who aren't interested in Netflix and YouTube are excited about this US$35 device, because its other big feature is to mirror a Chrome browser tab onto the TV. Without further ado, here's our review.
Acer's Iconia W3 tablet is the world's first 8.1-inch tablet running Windows 8. With a dual-core Intel Atom processor and a full featured version of Windows 8, could this tablet be the answer for anyone looking for a portable and affordable Windows 8 machine? We find out.
Qualcomm recently held a workshop in Beijing where it showcased the features and capabilities of its new Snapdragon 800 quad-core processors. We were among the select representatives from Asia to have a chance to go hands-on with the prototypes at the event.
Toshiba has just revealed their new key products for 2013. There are several a couple of new notebooks powered by Intel's latest fourth generation Intel Core processors; a Tegra 4 tablet; portable external hard drives; as well as some other peripherals as well.
Have you just gotten your Surface Pro, finished setting it up, and thinking of what to do next? Why not fire up IE10 and read this tips and tricks article? Surface RT users, we didn't forget you - many of these tips apply to you too.
With a tablet form factor that allows the attachment of a keyboard cover, the Intel Core i5-equipped and Windows 8 Pro-running Surface Pro is Microsoft showing the world how a no compromise device should be made. It even comes with a full HD screen and digital pen support. We find out if it lives up to its promise.
The Fonepad is ASUS's first foray in making a tablet with 3G phone functions. How different is the ASUS Fonepad from the crop of Samsung Galaxy Tabs that have similar functions? More importantly, can ASUS succeed in this tablet segment? Hit the link to find out more.
The ASUS Taichi 21 is the latest convertible Ultrabook that wields two full HD displays that are placed back-to-back. It's the first time we've seen this form factor on a Windows 8 Ultrabook, so how will it stack up against some of the other Ultrabooks already out in the market? We'll find out.
The ASUS Transformer AIO transforms from a regular AIO desktop into an Android tablet simply by detaching its display. We check it out to see how it performs as an AIO and if there's any sense in having an 18.4-inch tablet. Read on!