During 2013 and the first half of this year, we’ve tested and reviewed a bunch of compact Android tablets. Over that time, as a class, compact tablets have diversified in a big way; earlier, the … Read More
Up until recently, the line between low-power ARM processors and x86 CPUs has been distinct: ARM-powered devices consisted primarily of tablets, 2-in-1 hybrids, and convertibles, while x86-powered machines were mostly laptops.
It wasn’t until the … Read More
We’ve had our thumbs (not to mention our other eight swiping fingers) on the pulse of Sony’s tablet-making endeavors for a few years now. While the company’s slates—all Android-based ones—haven’t been runaway sellers, the Japanese … Read More
To be sure, Samsung is today’s most prolific—and creative—maker of Android tablets. Each year, the South Korean electronics giant loans us for review its latest Galaxy Notes and Galaxy Tabs in multiple screen sizes and … Read More
Granted, in one way or another, every compact tablet (which we … Read More