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When choosing a tablet, deciding on the right screen size is critical. The decision to go small, medium, or large depends on what you want to use the tablet for,[...]
Before picking out a tablet, you first need to decide what OS you'd prefer: iOS, Android, or Windows. We take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of each.
The Apple iPad is by far the most popular tablet with enterprise users. But that doesn't mean the Apple iPad is the best tablet for business types who want a[...]
There are surprisingly good tablets available for under $300, and some, much less. TabletPCReview recommends some that will surely please without breaking the bank.
The Galaxy Tab A 9.7 and Fire HD 10 have quite a bit in common, so it's not easy for consumers to chose which is the best option for them.[...]
What are the best ways to store photos, Office docs, and other files online, and share them across devices? We take a look at five leading cloud storage apps.
Both Apple and Amazon make popular tablets, and each offers a model in the 10-inch range. We pitted the Fire HD 10 against the iPad Air 2 to see how[...]
Do you really need a dedicated ebook reader like a Kindle or a Nook? We take a hands-on look at four free ereader apps for the iPad to see how[...]
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.
The Google Nexus 7 has arrived, and with it comes a new standard for consumption tablets: a low price point combined with high-end specs to offer the smoothest media experience[...]
The new Amazon Kindle is lighter and thinner than the previous generation eReader. It also offers faster page turns and improved screen contrast. Are the upgrades enough for hardcover lovers[...]
Those looking for a full-size tablet for around $400 are likely to find themselves debating between the original iPad Air and Amazon’s Fire HDX 8.9 as they have similar prices,[...]
The Amazon Kindle Fire is more than just a low-cost Android tablet. With it comes Amazon's vast content services, including music, eBooks, apps, and video. The question is how much[...]
Amazon and Google built their respective tablets, the Kindle Fire and the Nexus 7, around their content services. But which service has more to offer?
Your Amazon Kindle Fire needs accessories. It needs a screen protector to prevent scratches, a case to protect against drops, speakers to get the most out of Netflix and Amazon[...]
If you bought an iPad and are looking to expand its utility, remote access to your desktop will do just that. But which should you choose to stay connected while[...]
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.
Amazon is putting all its mighty marketing muscle behind the Kindle Fire, suggesting the 7-inch tablet is poised for big holiday sales. But beyond the hype, is this consumption-oriented Android[...]
Apple is the 500 lb gorilla of the tablet market, so the release of this company's third-generation model generated a tremendous amount of hype...much of which is well deserved, as[...]
Not everyone wants an iPad. If you prefer Google's Android OS and are looking for a new tablet, check out this list of the best available!