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Tablet Articles for October of 2017Below are the 9 Tablet articles for October of 2017
No one plans to crack their tablet’s display. But it happens, and you can save a lot of money and hassle if you’re prepared before you break your iPad.
Chromebooks are basic but capable laptops. Google blows all of them away with the $999 Pixelbook, a convertible 2-in-1 laptop loaded with high-end features.
The Fire 10 (2017) has a higher-res display than its predecessors, more storage, and a lower price... plus hands-free Alexa support.
The changes in iOS 11 for iPad are some of the most sweeping ever made, furthering Apple’s goal of making its tablets into full-fledged personal computers..
We’re here to help you get your broken iPad fixed. We’ve been through the repair process several times, and can keep you from making the mistakes we did.
Microsoft quietly admited that it’s not going to make a self-imposed deadline to get a Surface Pro with LTE on the market before the end of this year.
Tablets are already functional as simple slates, but add on a keyboard and an iPad or Windows tablet becomes as useful as a laptop. To save you time and money,[...]
The upcoming HP ZBook x2 detachable 2-in-1 will sport Intel Kaby Lake processors, with up to 32 GB of RAM and 2 TB of storage. The Windows 10 device will[...]
There's a safe and simple way to download the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Win10FCU) before Microsoft wants you to have it.