CES2014 2014 Tablet Articles

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Samsung Galaxy NotePRO (12.2) Hands-On Preview

Samsung's super-size Android tablet will include a new user interface, and is targeted at business users. We go hands-on with this upcoming device.

Lenovo ThinkPad 8 Hands-On Preview

Lenovo's newly-announced mid-size tablet offers more upscale features for a slightly higher price than many of its rivals.

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO (12.2) Hands-On Preview

The Galaxy NotePRO isn't the only mammoth tablet coming from Samsung. We go hands-on with the Galaxy TabPRO, which ditches the S Pen but keeps that giant, 12.2-inch display.

Asus VivoTab Note 8 Windows Tablet Will Boast a Wacom Stylus, Low Price

Asus has unveiled an inexpensive Windows 8.1 tablet, the VivoTab Note 8 with a Wacom digitizer stylus, which it claims will be the "best pen-based tablet for productivity or creativity."

Lenovo Unveils ThinkPad 8 Tablet

Lenovo's announced the ThinkPad 8, a new 8-inch Windows 8.1 slate aimed primarily at the business class.

Acer Iconia B1-720 Hands-On Preview

We go hands-on with the Acer's upcoming Iconia B1-720, which skimps on features but comes in at a very attractive price point.

Acer Iconia A1-830 Hands-On Preview

Acer is using this week's CES 2014 to unveil the Iconia A1-830, an entry-level Android tablet that looks and acts more like a mid-range model. Here are our first impressions.

CES 2014: Pokki App Store Heads to Android from Windows 8

In addition to stepping beyond Windows 8, Pokki will start to recommend apps based on device-specific criteria like form factor, screen size, and how a tablet or PC is being[...]

Polaroid Announces Q Series, a Lineup of Three Android Tablets

Polaroid has announced the Polaroid Q series to its tablet offerings with a 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch tablets dubbed the Q7, Q8, and Q10 respectively.

Hulu & Netflix, Watch Out! RabbitTV Launches iOS and Android Apps at CES

For video streaming of TV and movies, RabbitTV is dropping its USB stick in favor of a new web site, a set top box, and first-time apps for iOS and[...]

LaCie Fuel Bringing 1 Terabyte of Storage To Your iPad

LaCie, a French storage device manufacturer, is attempting to solve users' mobile storage problems with Fuel, a portable wireless hard drive for iPad, iPhone, and Mac that will offer users[...]

Samsung Goes Big with 12.2-Inch Galaxy NotePRO, Galaxy TabPRO

The wraps have come off the largest and most powerful tablets in Samsung's Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab lines. These will be the company's first Android models wit 12.2-inch screens.

64-Bit Tegra K1 Processor from Nvidia Will Bridge Gap Between Desktop and Mobile

At CES 2014 today, Nvidia revealed its next mobile processor, dubbed Tegra K1. It will come as an addition to the company's fifth-generation Tegra chip line-up, and will be available[...]

CES 2014: MediaFire To Update Multimedia File Sharing Apps

MediaFire, a rival of sorts to Dropbox, is about to update its iOS and Android apps for synchronization with new desktop editions for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X.

Panasonic Unveils Toughpad FZ-M1 Rugged Tablet for the Enterprise

Panasonic announced the Toughpad FZ-M1, a new (smaller) addition to its lineup of rugged business tablets, at CES today.

Acer Refreshes Entry-Level Iconia Tablets In Time for CES

Acer has announced two new entries in its Iconia line of Android tablets ahead of CES next week.

Lenovo Reveals More Convertibles and Detachable Laptops

Lenovo has announced new additions to its multimode PC lines with the MIIX 2, a detachable three-mode laptop; the YOGA 2, an update to the convertible laptop with four unique[...]

HP Reveals the Pro x2 410 Laptop-Tablet Hybrid

HP revealed the Pro x2 410 tablet/notebook hybrid at CES in Las Vegas today showing further commitment to the maturing segment of 2-in-1 laptops.

Asus PadFone X Phone/Tablet Combo Coming to AT&T

The Asus PadFone X isn't a phablet -- It's a phone that can be plugged into a 9-inch, 1080p tablet dock. This unusual device is coming to AT&T later this[...]

Will Windows/Android Hybrid Tablets Really Find a Market?

At CES, Intel and AMD separately unveiled plans for tablet/laptop combos running both Windows and Android. But will consumers really buy these hybrid devices? NotebookReview explores the issue.