December 2017 Tablet Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for December 2017. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Tablet Articles for December of 2017

Below are the 8 Tablet articles for December of 2017

Best Tablet Deals 2017: iPad Pro, Surface Pro, & More

The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and retailers like Target and Amazon are offering deals on a variety of tablets, hoping to lure in customers who want new[...]

Best Tablet for College: 2-in-1 Detachables, Convertibles, and More

Not too long ago, students wanted a laptop to do their homework on. Then tablets came along, and now an iPad or 2-in-1 is just as likely to be on[...]

ZAGG Slim Book for 10.5-inch Apple iPad Pro Review: Detachable Keyboard Case

The 10.5-inch iPad Pro is a lot of computer, but there are many people who want a keyboard. Among the best options for adding one to Apple’s professional tablet is[...]

Best Tablet Accessories for Travelers

The editors of TabletPCReview have advice this busy travel season to make being on the road easier with the best tablet accessories.

Mophie Powerstation USB-C XXL Review: Power for MacBook, iPad, iPhone

The mophie powerstation USB-C XXL is well under a pound but holds 19,500 mAh and offers both a USB-A and USB-C port. It is primarily intended to be used with[...]

Wacom Bamboo Ink Review: Active Pen for Windows

The Wacom Bamboo Ink is a pressure-sensitive stylus compatible with a range of Windows tablets and 2-in-1s because it supports two rival active pen standards.

Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE Now Available… Sort Of

The wait for a version of the Surface Pro with built-in 4G LTE is nearly over. Microsoft has begun offering this model to business customers, with retail availability possibly coming[...]

Google Pixel C Discontinued, Ending Era of High-end Android Tablets

Google has stopped offering the Pixel C, its last Android-powered tablet/laptop. Its discontinuation marks an acknowledgment that there’s no interest in high-priced Android tablets.