Posts Tagged: "tablet review"

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ASUS VivoTab T600 Review

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Windows 8 is the final maturation of the Windows platform for a touchscreen world. It should come as no surprise then that in many ways Windows 8 is both excellent and flawed, but this review is not about that. Instead, its about the finest Windows RT tablet on the market,...

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Apple iPad 4 Review

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There are tablets, and then there’s the iPad. Apple may not have been the first to create a tablet computer — that honor remains with Microsoft’s Bill Gates — but Apple has nearly perfected the slate. The iPad, a 9.7″ stunner that is faster, sleeker, and easier to use than...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Review

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When I look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, I see a strange direction for the future. While experts have for years decried that electronics would get smaller and smaller, the reality is exactly the opposite. The biggest phone is king, and today, the biggest phone is the Note 2,...

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iPad mini Review

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When Apple announced the iPad mini, I was floored by the resizing of a year-and-a-half old tablet. To quote a good but crazy older friend of mine, I thought, “What kind of meshugaas is this?” Yet as I continued using it, I felt more and more certain that Apple may...

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Motorola Xyboard 8.2 Review

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Tablets these days come in all shapes and sizes, from phone/tablets that are 5″ to 12″ screens from the far east, bigger than some soon to be forgotten netbooks. But 8.2″ isn’t a familiar one. In fact, that size is unique in that it’s larger than today’s smaller tablets but...

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HTC Flyer Review

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Tablets right now aren’t business ready. They are great for media, games, and basic mobile communication. As tablets become more powerful, the complexity of applications will expand and the overall ability of these handheld devices will work for more situations. Today, even the best tablets are still highly limited. I...