The 11.6-inch ASUS Transformer Book Trio is essentially a hybrid Ultrabook with an Intel Core U-series processor. However, take it apart and it becomes two devices: a standalone Android tablet, while its keyboard dock acts as a desktop PC. Does it offer double the value? Find out how it fared in our assessment.
Fujitsu recently revealed their new range of touch-enabled business-class products that combine enterprise features like security, with user-friendly design. Hop in and find what they've in store for 2014.
Samsung has been on a roll releasing new tablets for almost every segment, including young pre-school kids! The Galaxy Tab 3 series makes up the company's mainstream offerings and we take a look at the 8-inch variant that's becoming a new sweet spot for consumers.
HP's Slatebook x2 is a 10.1-inch Android tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, a 10.1-inch Full HD display and a dockable keyboard with a built-in battery. Could this tablet be a challenger for ASUS' Transformer Pad range? We take a closer look.
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8 and 10 incorporate a multimode design where you can use the devices in three different modes - hold, tilt and stand. Is the design more gimmicky than practical? Let's find out in this review.
Lenovo has just unveiled its latest tablet, the Yoga Tablet. Their latest table features a unique cylindrical battery with an integrated kickstand that lets it be used in a variety of modes - hold, stand and tilt. We check it out to see if this stand is really as effective as Lenovo makes it out to be.
Dell recently launched a whole slew of consumer and enterprise products. There were plenty of notebooks, desktops and printers, but it was the Dell XPS 11 convertible Ultrabook and Venue tablets that caught our attention. Read on to find out more.
HP has just provided us with a special preview of their latest products that will be launched closer to the year-end holiday season, which includes a new Windows hybrid notebook, an Ultrabook, a desktop AIO and an Android tablet. Here's our first impressions of them.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8.0 is an 8-inch Android tablet with an integrated Samsung S Pen stylus, making it ideal for those with productivity in mind (or anyone still playing Draw Something). It is however rather expensive at S$788 (LTE version). We find out if it lives up to its premium price tag.
Hot on the heels of Intel's announcement of the next generation 'Bay Trail' processors, Asus wasted no time to unveil their latest Bay Trail powered Transformer Book T100 which is a 2-in-1 detachable laptop/tablet.