After being rumored for multiple weeks at this point, Microsoft has finally taken the wraps off its cheaper Surface-branded tablet known as the Surface Go. Starting at $399, the tablet serves as the company’s “smallest, lightest, and most affordable Surface yet.” It follows a history
Microsoft has sent out a photo of its Surface device lineup on Twitter which is gaining lots of traction. In the image, the company’s entire Surface lineup can be seen with lock screens set on each model. However, a closer look at the photo reveals
Amazon has announced a new accessory for its Fire HD 8 and HD 10 tablets called the Show Mode Charging Dock. Costing $39.99 for the smaller tablet and $54.99 for the larger one, the dock lets you charge your Fire tablet simply by slotting it
Multiple hints indicate Apple’s next device to lose the bezels will be its tablet.
A report out of Bloomberg suggests Microsoft is currently developing a new Surface-branded tablet that will directly compete with Apple’s iPad at the $400 price point. The report notes the inclusion of Intel processors and graphics, USB-C port(s) for charging and data transfer, and Windows
During Apple’s education event in Chicago alongside the new iPad, the company took the wraps off Logitech’s new stylus that works with the tablet called the Crayon. Costing just $49, it packs all the features of an Apple Pencil at a cheaper price and in
$329 for us, $299 for schools.
Apple’s upcoming iPad will compete in the same market.
According to a KGI Securities note from Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac), Apple’s upcoming iPad that will be priced cheaper than last year’s 9.7-inch model “will likely” support the Apple Pencil. First indications of this presumption surfaced when Apple sent out its press invite for next
They want the education market. Bad.
Google today announced it’s bringing the Assistant to Apple’s iPad. This comes after the voice-controlled virtual helper initially launched on Android phones and later on the iPhone. With the Assistant on your iPad, Google says you can do things like control your lights, cast things
Apple is once again going through the rumor mill with a fresh report out of Digitimes. In the report, it’s said the company may introduce a new 13-inch MacBook that’s cheaper than the current 12-inch MacBook but would likely replace the current 13-inch MacBook Air.
It looks like Google’s lineup of high-end devices from 2015 will no longer receive major OS upgrades. As confirmed to Ars Technica, Google will not be upgrading the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, or Pixel C tablet to Android P when it’s released later this year.
There aren’t a ton of high-end Android tablets on the market nowadays, but it looks like Huawei doesn’t care. Today at MWC 2018, the company unveiled its new MediaPad M5 series of high-end tablets that definitely pack some heat. They also all ship with Android
Google today made an unexpected but unsurprising move today by officially killing the Pixel C, as originally spotted by Android Police. Originally announced back in 2015, the device served as a more versatile successor to 2014’s Nexus 9 and allowed for more productivity with its
Google has announced it’s bringing its Assistant to more phones and tablets over the coming weeks. Initially, the Assistant was made available to those running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher, and now it’ll make its way to even older phones running Android Lollipop and devices
Lenovo has unveiled a new Motorola-branded tablet, marking the first time such a device with this logo has been released in more than five years. Called the Moto Tab, the device is exclusive to AT&T who, unfortunately, decided to bog down the entire device with
Apple is rumored to be developing a new generation of its iPad Pro, according to a report out of Bloomberg. The device is said to include a design similar to the newly released iPhone X and come with more advanced technologies for security and interacting
9to5Mac and MacRumors have both released new reports citing KGI Securities who claims next year, Apple may implement its Face ID security system in new iPad Pro models. This is all dependant on whether the new security measure becomes a hit as a part of the
Amazon today announced a refreshed version of its popular Fire HD 10 tablet. The biggest difference buyers will notice is its sharper display which is now 1080p resolution. Finally, Amazon’s most-costly tablet can live directly up to its name and offer a Full HD screen