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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.
Buyers looking for a budget-friendly, full-size Windows 8.1 tablet as an alternative to the pricier Surface Pro 2 or Dell Venue 11 Pro should take a peek at the HP[...]
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.
The HP TouchPad is the first tablet featuring webOS. Like its competitors, the TouchPad offers a multimedia experience with music, photos, apps, games, email and web browsing. With Apple, Android,[...]
It's not just the Android audience HP courts these days, as the new Bay Trail-powered Omni 10 tablet runs Microsoft's (as-yet unreleased) Windows 8.1.
The HP ElitePad 900 is an enterprise-grade tablet aimed at flexibility with a slew of accessories and a competitive base price.
This mid-size Android tablet for businesspeople includes a stylus that can be used not just on its screen but also to write and draw on paper and have the ink[...]
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[...]
Today, HP unveiled the follow-up to last year's surprise tablet: the HP Slate 2. Inside is an Oak Trail Atom processor, multitouch, Bluetooth 4.0 and a new six-hour battery life.[...]
Looking for an inexpensive Android tablet from a company you can trust? Look no farther than the HP Slate 7.
There are plenty of tablets on the market, and the best tablet overall may not be the best tablet for you. Here are the best tablets in their class as[...]
Can an unknown manufacturer really go toe-to-toe with Google's Nexus 7? Read this review to find out.
Microsoft revealed how the next version of Windows will change in response to complaints about its predecessor.
The ElitePad 1000 G2 is HP's latest 10-inch Windows 8 tablet. Should casual users choose it over Microsoft and Lenovo's offerings, or is it better suited to business users? TabletPCReview[...]
HP presented its first Android tablet, the Slate 7, at MWC. We go hands on with this inexpensive offering.
This morning, HP revealed four attractive new HP Slate Android tablets, two of which run Nvidia's speedy new Tegra 4 mobile chipset; one of them includes a rebadge of Nvidia's[...]
The first tablet running Google's Chrome OS could be on the market soon, and it's possible this operating system will eventually supplant Android on large tablets.
The Stream 7 and Stream 8 from HP will soon roll out with Windows 8.1 and very low prices.
The Surface Pro 2 is the best full-sized Windows 8.1 tablet, hands down. But starting at $900, it's expensive. Is the $400 HP Omni10 a viable alternative?
Quantum dot LEDs look better than traditional LCDs, and are cheaper than OLEs. Any chance we'll soon see them in tablets?