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Tablet Articles for September of 2016Below are the 10 Tablet articles for September of 2016
Tablets are great when at home, office, or school, but getting an Internet connection when traveling is harder. TabletPCReview has suggestions on how to find WiFi when on the go,[...]
It’s a new Lenovo Yoga Tab! Specifically, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus, successor to the precisely one-year-old Yoga Tab 3 Pro.
With the MediaPad M3, it looks like Huawei’s tablet strategy is to copy its smartphones, perhaps in a bid to attract buyers that have given up on tablets in favor[...]
When the Amazon Fire HD 8 debuts on September 21, this inexpensive tablet will become this retailer's new mid-size model, with more storage capacity and a longer battery life
The wait for the full version of iOS 10 is over: most recent iPad and iPhone models can now download and install this new version. Users of some older but[...]
We've extensively tested iOS 10, and discuss the new or updated features that will most benefit tablet users. We also go over what's missing.
Samsung has ceased production and the Galaxy Note 7 is no longer available.
We test a keyboard designed to convert a 12.9-Inch iPad Pro into a slim 2-in-1 tablet/laptop. It boasts an aluminum casing and backlit keys.
The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is universally available for $100 below its debut price, and this has been true for some time. This raises the possibility that the change is permanent.
Unconfirmed reports indicate Google will soon announce an operating system that combines Android and Chrome OS, debuting on a Nexus 7 tablet and a Pixel 3 two-in-one.