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Tablet Articles for June of 2014Below are the 38 Tablet articles for June of 2014
The Transformer Book V from Asus can be a phone, tablet, or laptop running Android or Windows. NotebookReview has all the details.
The wraps have come off new versions of the Venue 7 and Venue 8, Dell's inexpensive Android tablets.
Significant changes are coming to iOS this fall, many of which promise improvements for those who use their iPad for work or play.
The Transformer Book T300 Chi gets its name from the Chinese concept of Chi which literally means "air" or "breath". Learn more about this upcoming Windows hybrid on NotebookReview.
The wraps have come off an HP detachable two-in-one notebook PC for business users. NotebookReview has more on this Windows computer that can be a tablet or a laptop.
T-Mobile has expanded its lineup of 4G-enabled tablets with a full-size model from Samsung.
Logitech's redesigned keyboard case for the iPad Air is thinner and lighter, and includes a flexible slot that can hold the tablet up at range of angles.
Indications show early IT adopters are willing to take a chance on the upcoming Surface Pro 3, but the future of Windows RT-based Surface devices remains in question. Get more[...]
With hardware sales dropping, Barnes & Noble seeks a new hardware partner to distribute Nook Media on.
AT&T customers can now purchase LTE-enabled versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.
We have tablets to give away! We're making room in the TechnologyGuide test lab for very new models by giving away some relatively new tablets.
There are two very powerful machines on the market that are purpose-built for portable productivity: the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and the Apple MacBook Air. So, which is the best?[...]
Want a single USB drive that you can access with your tablet, phone, and PC? Kingston's DataTraveler microDuo fits the bill.
TabletPCReview finds out if it's necessary to pay $900 for the Surface Pro 2, or if the $400 Transformer Book T100 could serve as an acceptable alternative.
iPad users who want be able to run two apps side-by side have reason for optimism.
Looking to work while away from the office? Brighthand explains how to unlock the potential of a smartphone to work poolside, on the beach, at the campsite, or wherever this[...]
The Lenovo IdeaTab A8-50 is pretty simple tablet overall. The device includes an 8-inch screen and 1280 x 800 resolution.
Samsung's newest slate, the Galaxy Tab S, looks to be a catch-all for the mainstream. It'll be available in two sizes, both of which will have AMOLED screens.
New details are available on three tablets LG pre-announced last month.
Microsoft designed Office for iPad specifically to run on tablets, while the Windows version of this suite was not. Does that make the iPad version better?
The Microsoft Surface Pro 2 and the new Surface Pro 3 will both be on the market as competing products. So which should users choose?
The Surface Pro 2 has just become a better deal after Microsoft cuts $100-$200 from its price.
The Google Nexus 8 may finally be up for its big reveal at Google's I/O developer conference next week. Before that happens, though, a quick recap of the most recent[...]
Adobe has entered the hardware market as it introduced two accessories, Adobe Ink and Adobe Slide, to compliment a set of new iPad apps designed to make it easier to[...]
The wait is over for Microsoft’s third-generation Windows tablet. This high-end model with a 12-inch display can now be purchased in the U.S. and Canada.
The Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 is a full-size tablet at a mid-range price. It has unimpressive specifications at first glance but these are sufficient for a $350 device.
The 7-inch and 8-inch versions are nearly identical. Irrespective of screen size, they both come with a screen resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels, and use a quad-core 1.2GHz processor to[...]
Samsung’s fourth generation of Galaxy Tab models comes in three different sizes. The largest model in the series has a 10.1-inch 1280×800 screen, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, and 1.5[...]
The 2014 version of Asus’ MeMO Pad 7 crams an Intel processor and 16GB of storage into a tiny package with a suggested retail price of $149.
With Android's upcoming release ditching Dalvik and taking on a new "Material Design" unified look, the future of Google's mobile OS looks bright... bright and colorful.
Apple is making enterprise headway with forthcoming changes in iOS 8, but it still has work to do to satisfy all of IT's needs. Learn more from SearchConsumization.
Many tablets and phones have weak built-in speakers. The iFrogz Tadpole is a small, inexpensive external one that can produce more volume.
Verizon has become the first U.S. carrier to offer its customers an LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. This Android tablet has a mid-size display and a[...]
Like Apple, Google has heard the call of the enterprise and added some IT management capabilities to its mobile applications this week. Learn more from SearchConsumerization.
A high-level Google executive heavily involved in the development of the Android OS has put to rest the rumors that the Nexus line of tablets and phones is about to[...]
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 4G LTE edition is now available in U.S. Cellular stores. This high-end, full-size Android tablet sells for $550.
Lenovo's latest Android tablet offers a 10.1-inch screen and decent internal specs, while boasting a $250 price tag. Is it trying to do too much with too little? TabletPCReview investigates.
The Lenova A10-70 has a 10.1-inch with a 1280 by 800 resolution. It runs Android 4.4 KitKat on a quad-core 1.3 GHz processor. There are versions with 16GB and 32GB of storage, both[...]