Windows 2011 Tablet Articles

Popular Windows Articles for 2011

HP EliteBook 2760p Review

Those in the market for a business-class convertible laptop have a new and powerful option in the new HP EliteBook 2760p. The 12.1-inch pen- and touch-enabled tablet sports a rugged[...]

Lenovo ThinkPad X220 Tablet Review

The ThinkPad X220 Tablet is Lenovo's latest convertible laptop. As part of Lenovo's ThinkPad X series refresh, this Windows 7 tablet features a 12.5-inch display, digitizer, and a Sandy Bridge[...]

Fujitsu LifeBook T580 Review

Windows 7 convertibles are still the device of choice for serious and productive professionals. The Fujitsu LifeBook T580 is a small form-factor convertible that combines mobility with productivity. Does it[...]

Samsung Series 7 Slate: Powerful, Slick, and the Best Windows Slate to Date

Windows 8 is almost here, and it may be Microsoft's great hope for making a dent in the tablet market. But if any device can make a case for Windows[...]

Hands on the Asus Eee Slate EP121 & Eee Pad Slider, Transformer, and MeMO

Asus made the first splash at CES 2011, announcing its four upcoming Eee Pad tablets a full day before the official start of the Vegas electronics showcase. And judging by[...]

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Review

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 is a Windows 7 tablet that features a 10.1-inch capacitive multitouch screen powered by a single-core Intel Atom processor. At first glance, the Q550 looks like[...]

Armor X7 Rugged Tablet Review

The Armor X7 box instructs, "handle with care." Surely, that is meant to be ironic, because this is one tough tablet meant to go places the iPad could only dream[...]

CES 2011 Tablet Wrap: The Market Takes Shape

Going into CES 2011, TabletPCReview boldly predicted that Windows 7 tablets would dominate the tablet talk in Vegas. And while a handful of buzz-worthy Win 7 devices surfaced, combined Windows[...]

When Will Windows 8 Tablets Really Be Ready?

Fraught by competition from the Apple iPad, RIM PlayBook, and the Android contingent, Microsoft is working furiously on a new edition of Windows. Yet some partners not willing to identify[...]

Motion Computing CL900 Review: A Tablet PC for the Enterprise

The Motion Computing CL900 is a 10.1-inch Windows 7 tablet that delivers a rugged chassis, all-day battery life, and pen input. All of this comes at a price, however,[...]

Buying a Tablet for the Holidays? You Might Want to Wait

The holidays are here, and tablets will undoubtedly be on wish lists. But with the next generation of tablets queued up for a CES 2012 unveiling in January, and the[...]

Are Tablets Ready for K-12 Education?

Student chants of "no more pencils, no more books!" could soon change to "no more iPads no more active pens!" Pilot programs across the nation are incorporating tablets into the[...]

Lenovo Outs Windows Tablet PC, Announces IdeaPad U1 and LePad Slate

It's finally official. One year after wowing showgoers at CES 2010, Lenovo is ready to launch its innovative IdeaPad U1, the so-called hybrid laptop that features a tablet screen and[...]

Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series at CES 2011

So it looks like the Gloria rumors were true. Samsung announced its Sliding PC 7 line at the Consumer Electronics Show today in Las Vegas, introducing the Windows 7 tablet[...]

Top Tablets for the Holiday Shopping Season

Unlike last year, when consumer options were limited to the original iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab (and not much else), there are now excellent tablet options in all sizes, prices,[...]

Can Windows and Android Catch Up to the iPad in Business?

With Apple touting enterprise iPad deployments far and wide, how are businesses really using the Apple tablet so far? Furthermore, how likely is it that tablets running Windows, Android, or[...]

Lenovo Unveils a Trio of Tablets, Brings Netflix and Pen to Honeycomb

Lenovo has taken the wraps off a trio of tablets: the Honeycomb-powered IdeaPad K1 Tablet and ThinkPad Tablet, as well as the Win 7 IdeaPad Tablet P1. The Honeycomb tablets[...]

Tablets Fit for Moms, Dads, and Grads

They may look alike, but tablets are not one-size-fits-all devices. Different tablets have different features that appeal to different users. As such, mom's tablet may not be the best fit[...]

Dell Unveils Two 10-inch Tablets

Maybe seven inches just wasn't enough real estate. Dell officially announced its plans for both a 10-inch Android and 10-inch Windows tablet today during its Dell Means Business event in[...]

2011 Tablet Release Schedule

Have you had trouble keeping up with details on the surplus of upcoming tablets? Now that slate season is in full swing there are literally dozens of devices in the[...]