May 2015 Tablet Articles

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

Below are the 18 Tablet articles for May of 2015

Samsung Galaxy Tab A Mid-Range Android Tablets Debut in the U.S.

Samsung has broadened its stable of U.S. tablets with the Galaxy Tab A, which has just been released in a range of configurations, including mid-size and full-size models.

Microsoft Buying N-Trig’s Stylus and Touchscreen Technology for Its Surface Tablets

Starting with last year’s Surface Pro 3, Microsoft began using T-trig technology for its tablets’ stylus and touchscreen. Microsoft has now decided to purchase this company’s tech.

Kensington KeyFolio Thin X2 for iPad Air Review

An add-on keyboard turns an iPad into a 2-in-1 that combines the best features of a laptop and a tablet. A good, simple option for iPad Air users is the[...]

How To Use an iPad, Android, or Windows Tablet as a TV

Tablets make good TVs thanks to a huge selection of software and even some accessories to make it easy. TabletPCReview brings you everything you need to know to get started.

Best Password Management Apps for iPad

These days you can't do anything without a password, so you probably have lots of them. The right password manager can help you keep track of all of that.

Microsoft Surface 3

Although it has a chipset commonly associated with budget tablets and notebooks, the Microsoft Surface 3 is still a premium device that is well worth the $499 base price, even[...]

LapWorks Amigo 2.0 Folding Keyboard Review

The Amigo 2.0 is a full desktop-size keyboard that folds up small enough to fit easily into a gear bag, and works with iPad, Android, and Windows. When open, it's[...]

AT&T Trek HD Is a Mid-Size Android Tablet with LTE for $200

The AT&T Trek HD has just become this wireless carrier’s first tablet sold under its own brand. This mid-size, $200 device is also the first tablet to debut running running[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2: What We Think We Know

The Galaxy Tab S was Samsung’s first tablet with an OLED display. Early reports on its replacement have started to leak out -- here’s what this cutting-edge Android model is[...]

How to Turn an iPad into a Business Laptop

Some classify the iPad as a device for just viewing content not creating it. However, millions of travelling professionals equipped with Apple tablets might disagree. Here's how you can turn[...]

Samsung, HTC, and Dell Tablets Get Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Upgrades

Several popular tablets have received upgrades to Android 5.0.2 recently. Many of these devices are getting their first taste of the Lollipop version of this operating system.

Microsoft Surface 3 Review: Not Quite a Pro, But Premium Nonetheless

It’s called a Surface, but everything about it has changed: size, design, chipset, and OS than its predecessors. Let's take a look at the Microsoft Surface 3 to find out[...]

Leef iBridge Review: Flash Drive for iPad, PC, and Mac

USB flash drives are among the easiest ways to carry around a collection of files. The Leef iBridge is a flash drive that can be used with iPads and iPhones,[...]

How to Choose Whether to Get a Physical Keyboard for Your Tablet

Even those who love their tablet should consider whether they could make it better by adding an external keyboard.

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs. Microsoft Surface 3

The Surface Pro 3 is the better device on paper, but it's not the best device for everyone. Find out if the Surface 3 is better for you in this[...]

How To Clean Your Tablet’s Screen

Fingerprints on the display are an inevitable part of using a tablet. Here’s how to clean the screen… and, just as important, how not to.

Strontium On-The-Go USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review

This review tests a very small flash drive with both a full-size USB and a micro-USB plug so it can be used with a variety of Android and Windows tablets.

Samsung Animal Edition 11,300mAh Battery Pack Review

Most tablets can last a long time on a single charge, but there are times when it’s handy to get a recharge from an external battery, such as the animal-themed[...]