March 2015 Tablet Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for March 2015. 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 March of 2015

Below are the 22 Tablet articles for March of 2015

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet Preview

Sony is prepping a full-size Android model that's super thin and ultra light. Prototypes of the Xperia Z4 Tablet are on display at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week,[...]

Lenovo ideapad MIIX 300 Preview

Lenovo unveiled a $149 Windows 8.1 tablet at Mobile World Congress, and we were on hand to put the ideapad MIIX 300 through its paces and bring you this preliminary[...]

Toshiba Encore 2 Write

Toshiba’s Wacom-enabled Encore 2 Write offers decent performance and great battery life, but the rest of the 8-inch Windows tablet isn’t anything to write home about. This is an 8-inch, Windows 8.1[...]

SanDisk 200 GB microSD Card Preview

SanDisk will soon introduce a 200 GB microSD card, the highest capacity card yet in this tiny format. We got some time with prototypes at Mobile World Congress this week,[...]

Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70 Preview

Lenovo took advantage of MWC this week to unveil the TAB 2 A10-70, the next generation of its full-size, consumer-oriented Android tablet. We were there to give this upcoming model[...]

Lenovo TAB 2 A8 Preview

Lenovo is hoping to draw attention with an 8-inch tablet that will sell for a price typical of 7-inch ones. We had the opportunity to try out the TAB 2[...]

Toshiba Encore 2 Write WT8PE-B264M Review

Toshiba has introduced a mid-size Windows tablet that includes a Wacom pressure-sensitive stylus for drawing or taking notes. Does this model do anything to set itself apart from the rest[...]

How To Take a Screenshot on an iPad, Google Nexus, or Microsoft Surface

Every now and then it’s handy to be able to capture a picture of what’s shown on your tablet. This isn’t as simple as pressing the “PrtScr” button, but it’s[...]

The Banner Saga for Android Review

With a lot of RPGs out there for the tablet user to choose from, The Banner Saga stands out for its original, hand-drawn art and unique storyline. Is it worth[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active

Samsung blurs the line between consumer and enterprise tablets by borrowing the name from the consumer-friendly Galaxy Tab line for its new mid-size rugged enterprise tablet, and appending “Active” at[...]

BlackBerry Back in the Tablet Market

Secusmart, a BlackBerry subsidiary, collaborated with IBM to develop the SecuTABLET, a high-security version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Review

At a glance, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active would seem to be the Android tablet for adventurers and other outdoors types, even beach bums. But don't be fooled. Samsung means[...]

How To Watch NCAA Basketball ”March Madness” on Your Tablet

The free NCAA March Madness Live app promises to allow fans to watch all 67 games of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.

Kensington KP400 Switchable Keyboard Review

The Kensington KP400 Switchable Keyboard has been designed to work with a PC and an iPad, Android, or Windows tablet, so you can reduce clutter and conveniently use both.

Do Not Defragment a Tablet’s Internal Storage

You should routinely defragment the hard drive on your desktop or laptop computer. You should never do this to your tablet.

Microsoft Office 2016 Preview Hands On

The Office team must be working overtime. First there are versions of this productivity suite for iPad and Android tablets, then a Windows 10 app preview, then a 2016 Mac[...]

Why Tablets Make Great Gifts

With Mothers' Day, Fathers' Day, and Graduation Season just around the corner, you might be looking for a gift for someone in your family. Let us suggest a tablet.

Dell Venue 8 7840

Many mid-size Android tablets are designed to be cheap. By contrast, Dell’s new Venue 8 7840, with its high-end display and cutting-edge camera, has been designed to go head to[...]

Dell Venue 8 7840 Review

Dell’s new Venue 8 7840, with its high-end display and cutting-edge camera, has been designed to go head to head with premium business and consumer models. How well does it[...]

Leef Access microSD Reader Review

There are some great tablets that have just one flaw: no microSD slot. Fortunately, there’s there's an inexpensive add-on that enables mobile devices to work with these ubiquitous memory cards.

RavPower Dual USB Travel Charger Review

When you’re traveling with your tablet, whether it’s across the country or across the street, you want to bring along the minimal amount of gear. RavPower makes an accessory that[...]

Best Tax Apps for iPad 2015

Taxes are the sort of thing no one wants to think about, but the help you need is quite literally within your grasp, as your iPad can get your taxes[...]