February 2008 Tablet Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for February 2008. 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 February of 2008

Below are the 30 Tablet articles for February of 2008

Top 10 Tablet PCs of January 2008

Welcome to the monthly listing of the "Top 10 Tablet PCs". This report is compiled based on the number of views each product page receives, so every time someone clicks[...]

Phillips SPC1300NC Web Camera Review

Webcams are one of those helpful products that just don't get much attention. Sure, a webcam is useful for video conferencing and chats (or for spying on your nanny) but[...]

Ultimate Ears Super.Fi 5 Pro Earphones Review

It's rare to find a laptop with amazing built-in speakers. That's why so many consumers turn to earphones for listening to music on their notebooks. With so many models on[...]

Toshiba Portege M700 Tablet PC Review

Toshiba recently released the Portege M700 Tablet PC, which was all the rage at CES. The M700 takes the place of its predecessor the M400, although it has many similarities[...]

Users Voice Their Opinions About the Dell Latitude XT

The topic of today's "User Opinions" article is the Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC. The XT has moved its way to number four on our Most Popular Tablet PCs list.[...]

MacBook Air and Multi-touch Touchpad Review (Video)

Apple's latest notebook, the MacBook Air, is being hailed as the world's thinnest. At well under an inch at the thickest point, the Air offers a thin design coupled with[...]

HP tx2000z Tablet PC User Review

Many Tablet PC buyers remember the infamous HP Pavilion tx1000. Why is it infamous you say? HP's exclusion of an active digitizer created a stir of buyer's remorse, especially those[...]

Lenovo ThinkVision L220x LCD Review

Tablet PCs have always had a place in business settings, but having a relatively small and dim screen makes them a pain to use in bright offices. This is where[...]

Cordless Desktop MX 5500 Revolution Review

Last month Logitech released their take on innovative keyboard design: the Cordless Desktop MX 5500 Revolution. While we were initially skeptical of the typical Logitech marketing hype, the MX 5500[...]

MobileDemand xTablet T8600

The xTablet T8600 has an Intel Centrino Pentium M processor, 8.4″ TFT Enhanced Brightness Transmissive LCD touchscreen, and 40GB Shock Mounted 2.5 inch hard disk.

MobileDemand xTablet T8700

The xTablet T8700 has an Intel Core Duo processor, 8.4″ SVGA Color TFT touchscreen, and 80 GB, 2.5 inch shock mounted HD.

Guide to Intel’s Penryn and other Current Notebook Processors

Not all "Core 2 Duo" processors are created equal ... and that's the way Intel likes it. If you're in the market for a new laptop with a Core 2[...]

News Bits: Yahoo! rejects Microsoft, Starbucks gives away free WiFi, Dell gets wireless USB

Starbucks to use AT&T for free WiFiYahoo! rejects Microsoft offerDell adds wireless USB optionNvidia introduces GeForce 9500M and 9300M graphics

Battle of the Pavilions, HP tx1000 vs. tx2000

Based purely on impulse I ve bought an HP tx2000 series when I already have a tx1000 series. I was going to get another desktop for the office, but when[...]

Quick Survey With a Chance To Win A Gift Card

We want to learn more about your security software and processor choices. Complete a short survey and get a chance to win a $50 gift card.

Plextor PX-608CU Super Multi Portable Drive Review

The ever-growing world of ultraportable tablets brings mobile convenience at the cost of some features. We all want a smaller notebook for travel, but sometimes that means we can't have[...]

Use your Tablet PC to Doodle for Google

Many students across the U.S. use Tablet PCs for school work. Now you have a chance to put your tablet to use and create a new homepage logo for Google.[...]

DIY SSD Guide

Solid state disks (SSDs) are a flash-based memory storage device that carries an insane price premium in the current market. They will usually cost $600 to $1,000 as an upgrade,[...]

Parrot Party Bluetooth Speakers Review

It's not easy to find a tablet with great built-in speakers. Even worse, it's next to impossible to bring a great external speaker set with you when you travel. Of[...]

SDHC Cards vs Hard Drive vs SSD

Almost every modern notebook has a built-in memory card reader, but not everyone uses these card readers for digital photography. Now that SDHC memory cards offer larger capacities at low[...]

HP’s New UMPC Unveiled

In the past few days it has been rumored that HP is going to enter the UMPC market, alongside Fujitsu, Asus, and others. This new device was hinted at being[...]

Samsung P9, the Future UMPC? (Video) *UPDATED*

Looks like Samsung is taking a step in the right direction with this multi-functional UMPC. It is still a concept at this time, but its sleek design is very appealing.[...]

News Bits: Roper Mobile Technology unveils Duros Rugged Tablet, Dell adds Ubuntu to Inspiron 1525, Toshiba Discontinues HD DVD

Intel to use Centrino 2 branding for MontevinaToshiba discontinues HD DVDMicrosoft is giving free development software to students

Lenovo Thinkpad and IdeaPad 90W Slim AC/DC Combo Adapter Review

Despite the convenience of using laptops for travel it's hard to carry multiple electronic devices if it means carrying multiple power adapters. Lenovo engineers put their ThinkPad geniuses to work[...]

Targus Blacktop 15.4″ Laptop Case Review

The new Targus Blacktop line of notebook briefcases and backpacks is Targus' latest attempt to bring affordable yet rugged notebook cases to the market. The Targus Blacktop 15.4" Standard Laptop[...]

Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0 Review

The latest version of Microsoft's Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 sports just minor design changes and a much smaller wireless transceiver than its predecessor. You'll still find the same controls, same[...]

Fujitsu LifeBook P1620 Tablet PC Review

Fujitsu recently refreshed the "P series" line of tablets, with the P1620 Tablet PC. The P1620 is basically a refreshed P1610. The P1610 was released back in 2006 and has[...]

LapWorks Attache Laptop Stand Review

If your laptop gets extremely hot during average use then the new LapWorks Attache Laptop Stand may be exactly what you need. This attractive notebook cooling pad features a sleek[...]

Everex CloudBook First Thoughts Review

The Everex CloudBook marks the latest entry to the expanding world of UMPC-type subnotebooks at affordable prices. With a 7-inch display, 1.2GHz processor, and 30GB hard drive, the CloudBook certainly[...]

Kensington Contour Balance Backpack Review

The idea behind Kensington's Contour Balance Backpack is "it fits like your favorite pair of shoes." That's right, this backpack is targeted toward women. It would probably be a little[...]