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Tablet Articles for September of 2014Below are the 35 Tablet articles for September of 2014
Most colleges and universities require computers, and many students assume they need to buy laptops during back to school season. This is a mistake because a tablet is often the[...]
Toshiba has set a new milestone for very affordable Windows tablets: the Encore Mini is only $119.
This low-cost consumer-oriented device has a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600. It runs the full version of Windows 8.1 on an Intel Atom processor. The manufacturer says[...]
The WD My Passport Wireless external hard drive expands storage for all devices with no need for wires or the Internet. Learn more about it from NotebookReview.
Lenovo has unveiled the Tab S8 Android tablet, the first slate from this company to run an Intel processor. It’s one of an increasing number of devices running Google’s mobile[...]
Samsung has unveiled its first tablet built specifically for business use. The Galaxy Tab Active is intended to be used in industries such as retail, logistics, and transportation.
Acer has taken the wraps off the Iconia Tab 10, a full-size Android tablet with a mid-range price.
Acer has joined Toshiba in announcing a very affordable Windows tablet; the Iconia Tab W will be a mid-size model that sells for $149.99.
NotebookReview got some hands-on time with Dell's latest Latitude 13 7000 2-in-1 prototype at the official unveiling event, and brings us their first impressions of this laptop/tablet.
Before iPad/iPhone applications can appear in the App Store they have to undergo an approval process. Apple has revealed the top reasons why apps get rejected.
Several New Bluetooth Tablet Keyboards in Innovative Designs Coming Soon from Brydge, Logitech, and ZAGG
A keyboard can be a valuable addition to a tablet, and there’s a thriving market for them. Companies will soon have new offerings for a range of models that appear[...]
HP updates its line of 2-in-1s with models for almost any budget. Learn more about these tablets that come bundled with removable keyboards from NotebookReview.
Sony presented its first mid-size tablet at IFA: the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. This is an 8-inch device which boasts a high-resolution display and exceptionally slim and lightweight design.
The Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is an 8-inch device which offers an exceptionally slim and lightweight design. It debuted running Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) on Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor running[...]
Apple is going to release a new version of iOS next week. This will be a free upgrade for almost every iPad and iPad mini the company has introduced.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook has the build and guts of a Galaxy Tab 4, but features a slight Nook software tweak. How does this $180 Android tablet compare[...]
Dell used the Intel Developer Forum to give the world a sneak peek at the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series, which the company claims will be the world’s thinnest tablet.[...]
Devices like the iPad and Windows 8 tablets are being deployed in school systems around the world as educators have begun to turn learning into a 1:1 technology initiative.
Sprint is the first U.S. carrier to offer an LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5. -- this version of the Android tablet debuted on the telecom's 4G[...]
The AARP unveiled the RealPad tablet, developed to target customers in the 50-plus age group that may be wary of adopting new personal technologies. According to the company, the Intel-powered[...]
Last week saw the debut of two Windows tablets with prices so low that they have the potential to shake up the mobile device market.
Nvidia has begun taking pre-orders for a 4G-enabled version of its gaming tablet. The Shield Tablet LTE will be available on Sept. 30.
NotebookReview tests the Asus Transformer Pad TF103 to see how this inexpensive Android-based 2-in-1 compares to cheap Windows laptops.
The accessibility of high-quality content might be the most important factor for successful deploying tablets in education.
There have been persistent rumors that Google and HTC are collaborating on a mid-size tablet, and these have now essentially been confirmed, thanks to the chip maker Nvidia.
The wait for the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system is over – owners of most iPads and recent iPhone models can now download iOS 8.
With so many cloud storage options at various prices, it's tough to determine which would work best for you and your wallet. TabletPC Review brings you this guide to help[...]
Amazon has introduced a trio of new tablets, designed to appeal to fans of ebooks. This includes the new mid-size tablet, the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9.
This is a low-price, mid-size tablet that that runs Amazon’s modified version of Android, the Fire OS.
The Fire HDX 8.9 is the most powerful of Amazon’s new lineup of consumer-oriented slates for 2014. The device runs on a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, which Amazon claims has[...]
Experts tout the benefits of tablets in education, but using tablets for at-home learning can be difficult because kids would rather use them for fun.
Apple has introduced an ambitious new version of its mobile OS. The update includes a range of features, but also has so many bugs that we recommend avoiding it until[...]
Windows 8.1 users deserve a mail app that meets the operating system’s high aesthetic qualities, one with touch, swipe, and mouse-friendly features that plays well on both a tablet and[...]
Samsung has introduced a pair of tablets that appear quite similar but actually have significant differences. We bring you a comparison of the two so you can pick the one[...]
Microsoft revealed how the next version of Windows will change in response to complaints about its predecessor.