Sony's new Xperia Tablet Z is everything its Xperia Tablet S should have been: super thin, super light and beverage-proof, with pretty respectable specs, too.
The future of computing is looking bendy. PaperTab looks to combine the tangibility of paper with the speed and convenience of digital.
At the moment, you can buy two excellent tablets: the new iPad for $500 or the Nexus 7 for $200. The first has a 9.7-inch and the latter has a 7-inch display. Both are superb devices. Archos wants to disrupt that harmony with a 9.7-inch tablet that'll only cost $250.
Years ago, before the iPad even existed, there existed an unofficial Apple tablet called the Modbook that was essentially a MacBook with its keyboard gutted and a touchscreen replacement for stylus input. For reasons unknown, the Modbook returns, but this time it's more "Pro."
The cat is officially out of the bag — we've got another tablet to obsess over, again. At Google's I/O developer conference, the company announced its Nexus 7 tablet built by Asus. Is it everything you were expecting it to be? Let's find out.
Rumors of Google launching a flagship "Nexus" tablet have swirled around since late 2011. It's highly likely that the search giant will show off the "Nexus 7" tablet at the company's Google I/O developer conference on Wednesday.
It took two years and three iPads later, but today, at a special event in Los Angeles, Microsoft unveiled its answer to Apple's tablet: the Surface. (No, it's not that Surface.) The Surface runs Windows 8 and is the slickest hardware Microsoft's released since the Xbox 360.
Microsoft's drumming up a huge wad of excitement for a mystery announcement slated for later today. Is it a tablet? A last minute rumor revealing a leaked document suggests Microsoft will unveil a 7-inch Xbox tablet.
How did we miss this gem at Computex last week? Oh right, E3 2012 happened. Lost in the kerfluffle of gaming news is this dual-screen Ultrabook called the Taichi by Asus. As with the company's Padfone, the Taichi bucks convention with a lid that actually has a screen on the inside and outside.
At a press event in New York today, Lenovo joked that it was the second largest PC maker that nobody's heard of, even after overtaking the silver medal from Dell in October and eyeing HP's lead. It's true, most people have no clue who Lenovo is. Some people might know that IBM sold its PC division to the Chinese company in 2005, but Lenovo's PCs and tablets can hardly be considered breakthrough or iconic. Meet the IdeaPad Yoga. Is it an Ultrabook? A giant 13.3-inch tablet? An oversized tabletop digital calendar? It's all of those and it's one of the most interesting transforming laptops we've seen in a while.