Dell 2017 Tablet Articles

Popular Dell Articles for 2017

Best Tablet for College: 2-in-1 Detachables, Convertibles, and More

Not too long ago, students wanted a laptop to do their homework on. Then tablets came along, and now an iPad or 2-in-1 is just as likely to be on[...]

How to Choose a Tablet Operating System

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.

How to Choose Whether to Get a Physical Keyboard for Your Tablet

Even those who love their tablet should consider whether they could make it better by adding an external keyboard. Almost any slate can be made into a 2-in-1 with the[...]

Will Quantum Dot LEDs Show Up in Tablets or Phones?

Quantum dot LEDs look better than traditional LCDs, and are cheaper than OLEs. Any chance we'll soon see them in tablets?

Four of the Top Five Tablet Makers Enjoyed Strong Growth Last Quarter

Almost off of the biggest tablet makers saw increases in Q3 2017, with Apple, Amazon, and Huawei even enjoying double-digit growth.

Windows 10 Creators Update: New Features, New Problems

A look at the new Windows 10 Creators Update, which will improve the overall user experience, but some changes also bring up new concerns.

Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Use a Tablet as a Laptop

Should your next computer be a tablet with a keyboard? We debate tablets vs. notebooks, examining the pros and cons of sleek 2-in-1s against trusty laptops.

How To Get the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Now

There's a safe and simple way to download the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Win10FCU) before Microsoft wants you to have it.

Tablets and 2-in-1s with “Clover Trail” Atom Processors Can’t Install Windows 10 Creators Update

There's bad news for many people with Windows devices released a few years ago: they won't be able to install the version of Windows 10 introduced this spring.

8th Generation Intel Core Processors for Notebooks and 2-in-1s Announced

The 8th Gen Intel Core Processors that will be used in notebooks and tablets have four processing cores, double the previous generation. They also support Intel’s Hyper-Threading technology.