Acer has shown off their Liquid S1 Android Jelly Bean smartphone and Iconia W3 Windows 8 tablet at this year’s Computex event.
The good news is $500 (or lower) Windows 8 tablets are starting to emerge, giving consumers both a unique Windows Store experience and the ability to run some of their legacy desktop apps. One such device was announced by Dell at CES today, the Latitude 10 Essentials.
Panasonic is pulling out all the stops to show off something truly stunning, a 20-inch Windows 8 tablet with an impressive 4K display
While many Windows 8/RT tablets are focusing on the average consumer, HP is releasing the ElitePad 900 for businesses that aren’t afraid of the change that is coming with Windows 8 and its new Modern UI (previously called Metro).
What you see here is the Lenovo ThinkPad 2. It’s a Windows 8 tablet that will ship with a full QWERTY keyboard, giving you a laptop-like experience when you need it. And it’s going to sell for $799.
When it comes to Android devices, there are tons of different vendors, power configurations, prices and features. This is both a blessing and a curse for the platform, and something that it seems that Microsoft will be repeating with Windows 8 devices.
The truth is that Vista wasn’t that bad if you had the right hardware, unfortunately Microsoft didn’t enforce any minimums and so most of us never really saw the ‘good side’ of Vista (though Windows 7 cured many of these problems). Microsoft isn’t repeating any of these mistakes with its Windows 8 tablets, and has already set some specific hardware requirements that all Win8 tablets will have to meet.
We know that many of you out there are interested in some of the Ultrabooks and tablets that have been unveiled at the ongoing CES 2012. But what if you could play with a device that would let you enjoy the best of both worlds? Well, that is what you will be getting with the newly unveiled Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga.
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Toshiba is taking the opportunity show off two next-gen Windows tablets at IFA 2013 in Berlin.
The Acer Iconia W3 is now finally official, making for the world’s first smaller-screened Windows 8 powered tablet.
Thanks to a recent Amazon listing, we now know alot more about the world’s first smaller-screen Windows tablet, the Acer Iconia W3-810.
Apparently a new Acer tablet has leaked to the net. The Iconia W3-810 is an 8-inch Intel Atom tablet, and the first Windows slate with a small display.
What happens when Windows 8 and Android have a baby? Apparently we get the Asus Transformer AiO
Engadget has collected insider tips that Microsoft might have sacrificed backward compatibility with its “legacy” software (mostly of Windows 7 desktop variety) when shaping the design of Windows 8 for ARM tablets.
It’s been some while since Microsoft launched their latest iteration to their PC operating system, Windows 10 (and updated it too) . It is being widely downloaded and people have given really amazing feedback about it. However, the main functionality of this operating system comes out with the apps that are in it. Without them, […]
With the total shipment of 66.1 million units in the second quarter of 2015, the worldwide PC market has been witnessing fresh challenges in the wake of the new session. The data presented by International Data Corporation (IDC) in its Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker reflected some serious concerns. While the release of Window 10 is […]
Microsoft has finally announced the official arrival of Windows 10 and the day is July 29th, 2015! Right from the day of release, Windows 10 will be awarded as a ‘free upgrade’ option to the Windows 7 and 8.1 users – and as said, the free upgrade will be accessible for the duration of a […]
Today Dell announced a few new tablets, both running Windows and Android – all under their “Venue” brand.
For a limited time, Newegg is offering Norton 360 2013 3 PC Edition for free with a $55 mail-in rebate. The offer includes a free 8GB flash drive!
If you’re in the market for a new computer and don’t have all that much space, you might want to take a look at this all-in-one PC from the fine folks at Asus, because it just so happens to be on sale for $220 off.
One of the better options for a tablet stylus is this one from Targus, which also happens to function as a pen for when you’re writing on an actual piece of paper.
Wacom’s new high-end Cintiq Companion and Cintiq Companion Hybrid tablets are now available for pre-order.
A Nokia tablet has long-been rumored, but now the site Microsoft News claims to have the specs for such a device. Apparently the tablet will feature a 10.1-inch 1080p display, Windows RT 8.1, a 2.15GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU and 32GB internal storage.
Are you in the market for a real tablet that runs real Windows 8 and not that half-baked Windows RT? It looks like Lenovo has a good deal for you, because its IdeaPad K3 Lynx is on sale for $200 off.
Not to be outdone, it looks like Microsoft is working on a smartwatch of its own and it just so happens to come with some extra tricks up its sleeve.
Microsoft’s next-generation Surface RT might arrive with Qualcomm chips and LTE support. The company is reportedly testing Surface devices with the Snapdragon 800 processor.
Windows 8.1 will also see the return of the Start button, as well as a way to directly boot up each time into the start menu. Will it make any difference?
Recently Foxconn and Mozilla announced they were working together on a Firefox OS related project. Now rumors have surfaced suggesting it will be a tablet.
An internal document claims Nook is ending its involvement in creating Android-based tablets by 2014, with Microsoft looking to buy the brand.
A new rumor suggests that HTC is planning to release two tablets running Windows RT Blue in October.
Microsoft has now officially confirmed that they will be releasing a preview version of Windows Blue just in time for its Build conference this June.
Windows 8 might not be selling like hot-cakes but Windows tablets have seen 700% growth compared to last year. What’s next for Microsoft and the Surface?
We’ve heard rumors more than once about the idea of Microsoft moving beyond the 10+-inch tablet form factor, but now Microsoft has confirmed it.
Are Amazon working on their very own Android smartphone? Hiring an ex-Windows Phone exec who claims he is working on “something secret” suggests yes.
For those of you running Microsoft’s newest version of Windows OS, Windows 8, listen up because this will surely interest you.
According to an analyst, 7 inch Androids tablets will be overtaking the iPad in quarterly market share.
When you think of major success in the tablet world, you certainly don’t think of HP in the same breathe. Can HP change this perception going forward?