Mobile World Congress 2013 ended on 28 February. Here's a round-up of our hands-on experience with the latest smartphones and tablets, and all that you need to know about the major developments for the mobile industry in 2013.
Sony announced yesterday that the Xperia Tablet Z will hit global markets from spring 2013. As its availability is still some months away, we decided to drop by the Sony booth at MWC 2013 and explored the tablet further. Hit the link to find out more.
With the Mobile World Congress 2013 coming right up, let us gaze into the crystal ball and share a quick round-up of the latest news surrounding the annual event held at Barcelona. Do read on if you are a huge mobile device buff!
Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga 11 is a downsized version of its popular Yoga 13 convertible Ultrabook, utilizing the same patented 360-degree hinge that lets it easily convert from notebook to tablet, but running on an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and Windows RT OS. Will the smaller Yoga find the same success as its bigger brother?
The Sony Xperia Tablet S is the first tablet from the Japanese company to bear the Xperia branding. How different is it from the Tablet S and Tablet P? What new features does it have to take on the Apple iPads? Read on to find out more.
Previously code named Project Fiona, the Edge features full notebook specs, and is equipped with an Intel Core processor, NVIDIA graphics and Windows 8 OS. We took a quick look while roaming the halls at CES 2013.
At CES 2013, Lenovo is showing off its Thinkpad Helix, an 11.6-inch, touchscreen, full HD, Windows 8 hybrid business PC which utilizes a docking station to transform between tablet and notebook form factors. It also has a third 'Stand Mode' form factor. We went hands on with the device.
The Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite is a more affordable version of the year-old MediaPad tablet. But does the affordability come with caveats? In this article, we sum up our experience of this handy tablet.
The Lenovo Yoga is part of a new breed of convertible touchscreen Ultrabooks that offer dual usage modes. It works as a Windows 8 tablet, and as a Windows 8 notebook. But thanks to its special patented hinges, it also offers two extra modes - "tent" and "stand" modes. Is this the ideal convertible Ultrabook? Read on for the verdict.
Toshiba enters the 10.1-inch tablet space with its Regza Tablet AT300. Armed with a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, an IPS display and 32GB RAM, is Toshiba able to take the fight to the Apple iPads, ASUS Transformer Pads and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1? Hit the link to find out.