Windows 2013 Tablet Articles

Popular Windows Articles for 2013

Samsung ATIV Tab 7 Review: High-End Windows 8 Tablet

Samsung's ATIV Tab 7 is a premium tablet running Windows 8 with an 11.6-inch screen. We take it for a spin, along with its optional keyboard dock and 4G service.

Huawei Mobile WiFi E5220 Review

This accessory from Huawei can turn a cellular-data signal into a Wi-Fi hotspot. How well does it work? Read this review to find out.

Microsoft Surface Pro Review: Powerful Windows Tablet

The Surface Pro is Microsoft's business-oriented Windows 8 tablet. Is it the device you've been waiting for? Read our full review.

Razer Edge Pro Review: Windows Gaming Tablet

The Razer Edge is packed with powerful hardware for those who wish to take their desktop PC games on-the-go with the least amount of compromise.

HP Omni 10 Windows 8.1 Tablet Hands-on Preview

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.

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Review

The Microsoft Surface Pro 2 may be a tablet, but it has powerful notebook specs and a high notebook price. Its combination of power and mobility is unmatched in the[...]

HP ElitePad 900 Review

The HP ElitePad 900 is an enterprise-grade tablet aimed at flexibility with a slew of accessories and a competitive base price.

Microsoft Surface 2 Review

Microsoft has thrown its full support behind Windows RT 8.1 and the Surface 2, but how does it stand up in the real world? Read this review to find out.

CBS Unveils Full-Episode TV Streaming App for iOS; Android, Windows 8 Versions Coming Soon

Downloadable now, CBS's first full-episode TV app for iPad lets users watch full episodes of this network's shows. Android and Windows 8 apps are in the works.

Your Next Touchscreen Might Not Require Touch

Leap Motion released a video this week giving the world an advanced look at its system for controlling a computer without touching it. This technology could be a boon to[...]

Microsoft Permanently Drops Price of Surface Pro, Cuts Price of Touch Cover

The Microsoft Surface Pro was on sale this month, $100 off its regular price. The company has now made this new price permanent.

Sony Vaio Tap 11 Hands-On Preview

Sony's Vaio Tap 11 will come with Windows 8.1 and a clip-on keyboard. Check out our first thoughts on this upcoming model.

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 and Surface 2 Hands-On Preview

Here are our initial impressions of Microsoft's second-generation tablets, the Surface Pro 2 which will run Windows 8.1 Pro and the Surface 2, which will run Windows RT 8.1.

Nokia’s First Windows 8.1 Tablet Could Be Out Next Month

Throughout this year, there have been intermittent but persistent rumors that Nokia is developing a tablet. According to the most recent unconfirmed report, the debut of this is going to[...]

Asus VivoTab RT Review

With its 10.1-inch screen, Nvidia quad-core processor and Windows RT, how does the Asus VivoTab RT stand up to today's other hybrids?

Acer Iconia W3 Preview: 8-Inch Windows 8 Tablet

The Iconia W3 has an 8.1-inch display, which is smaller than every other mainstream Windows 8 tablet. So, does this mini device have any potential?

Fujitsu Stylistic Q704 and Stylistic Q584 Business Tablets Unveiled

The wraps have just come off a pair of semi-rugged business-oriented tablets from Fujitsu. The Stylistic Q704 will have a 12.5-inch screen while the Stylistic Q584 is going to have[...]

MWC2013: Intel Talking Up ”Bay Trail” Atom Processors for Tablets

Intel isn't making any big announcements at MWC this year, but it has been busily reminding attendees that tablets running the "Bay Trail" line of Atom processors will be out[...]

Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx Review

The Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx is an Intel Atom Windows 8 tablet. It comes at an affordable price, but is it able to differentiate itself from the competition?

Next-Gen Windows 8 Tablets Will Nearly Eliminate Windows RT

Windows 8 tablets with Intel's Bay Trail processor are going to offer performance and battery life that will drastically reduce demand for Windows RT.