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.
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 fifth generation Apple iPad not only gets a new name, it's also more compact, lighter and slimmer than the previous 9.7-inch iPads. Can the new design and 64-bit A7 processor give Apple the edge over the competition? Let's find out in this review.
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.
ViewSonic joins the growing tablet market by offering their own tablets. We pop by to take a look, but can't help wondering where we've seen the oddly familiar tablets before.
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.
MSI's Wind netbooks have been one of the better deals last year, and they have released a new model in the form of the MSI Wind U160. Will this new netbook live up to expectations? Let's find out!
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.