Thanks to device makers like Acer, the convertible notbook is alive and well. NotebookReview has the details on a pair of new models
An industry analyst claims to have some of the details of the much-rumored smaller version of the Microsoft Surface Windows tablet that's supposedly in development.
The Microsoft Surface Pro is probably the best-known tablet running Windows 8 Pro. Watch our video showing this powerful computer in action.
Toshiba gave the world a first look at its next tablet running Windows 8 Pro. The WT310 is going to have an unusually large display, a stylus, and an SSD.
Smaller versions of the Microsoft Surface Windows tablets are going to be unveiled in late June, according to an unconfirmed report.
There's a new version of the Dell XPS 10 that adds built-in very high-speed wireless networking for easy Internet access on the go.
The Microsoft Surface Pro went up for sale in February, but since then, this Windows 8 tablet has been available in just a handful of countries. That's going to change soon.
Our sister site SearchConsumerization says that, despite mobile computing's explosive growth and valuable benefits, the Microsoft Windows operating system will be an enterprise mainstay for the foreseeable future.
Images have leaked out of an Acer model that could be the first mid-size Windows 8 tablet.
Dell has not given up on Microsoft's oft-maligned Windows RT operating system, and is working on follow-ups for its current tablet running this operating system.
Various reports suggest that Windows 8.1 may include a "boot to desktop" option that bypasses the OS' tile-based "Metro" interface and brings users straight into desktop mode. Get more from TechnologyGuide.
It's not official, but some details have leaked out on the Acer Aspire P3, a tablet that will apparently have much in common with the Microsoft Surface.
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