July 2016 Tablet Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for July 2016. 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 July of 2016

Below are the 9 Tablet articles for July of 2016

Dell Quits Android Market, Puts Focus on Windows 2-in-1s Instead

Dell has decided to stop producing Android tablets. In the future, the company's mobile offerings will instead be Windows-based 2-in-1s, which can function as both a tablet and a laptop.

Apple iPad Pro vs Apple MacBook 2016: iOS or macOS?

Apple MacBook 2016 or 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro? Both are highly portable and highly capable, and neither is cheap. So which is best for Apple users?

iClever BoostCube USB Type-C Wall Charger Review

USB Type-C is becoming increasingly common in tablets and laptops, but everyone buying accessories with this new standard needs to be careful, as some cheap USB-C products have damaged the[...]

Next Generation Nvidia Gaming Tablet Details Surface

Nvidia has not yet announced its next gaming tablet, but some of its details have come to light early.

Huawei MateBook Review: A More Affordable 2-in-1

The Huawei MateBook is an absurdly thin 2-in-1 that runs Windows 10, sports a 12-inch screen and an Intel Core m processor. It costs less than many of its rivals,[...]

Huawei MateDock Review: Expand Your USB-C Tablet Like a Desktop

The Huawei MateDock provides a tablet or laptop with a single USB Type-C port plenty of inputs and video outputs. Should it be part of your next PC?

equinux tizi Schlingel Review

The tizi Schlingel is a clip-on accessory that opens up into a short charging/data cable. It comes in two versions: micro-USB and Lightning.

Huawei MatePen Review

The Huawei MatePen is an active stylus that enables MateBook note taking and sketching. We test this accessory to see if it's worth its $69 price.

iPad 2, iPad 3, and iPad mini Get Their Last iOS Upgrade

Apple has released iOS 9.3.3. Users of some popular but aging iPad models should realize that this will be the last iOS upgrade their device will get.