Tablets haven’t been doing as well as they did a few years ago, but they’re not dead yet. With companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Samsung producing tablets for more professional use, the market for these devices hasn’t had time for its candle to fade out
Apple is expected to unveil new iPad Pros this month during some sort of event, and now, we’re hearing more details about the new devices courtesy of 9to5Mac. According to the site, the new iPads will ship with the ability to output 4K HDR video
Apple is expected to unveil redesigned iPad Pros later this year with slimmer bezels, a gesture-based navigation system, and Face ID. We’ve heard plenty of reports about the devices up until this point, but none of them have been as concrete as the evidence we
Apple’s got a busy rest of 2018 to get through what with new iPhones, Macs, Apple Watches, accessories, and more in the pipeline before New Year’s Eve. Now, a new report from Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac) is shedding light on another product category that will
Samsung has announced a couple of new additions to its lineup of mid-range hardware for the US. The Galaxy A6 and Tab A will both launch in the US on September 14th, with each device also reaching carriers in the future. Neither are very impressive,
Amazon has announced an upgraded version of its popular Fire HD 8 tablet, but there’s nothing ground-breaking in store. In fact, the only updates made were in the camera and voice departments. Otherwise, this is the same Fire HD 8 that came out last year.
After remaining exclusive on phones ever since its launch back in 2016, Google has finally started rolling out support for iPads and tablets with the latest update to Google Duo. The company’s video calling service can now be used on devices such as the Google
Ahead of IFA 2018, Lenovo has unveiled its latest lineup of Android tablets which offers a good selection of devices for various budgets. The company is targeting the latest generation at families with household sharing and entertainment being two key focus points. The lineup consists
Plus a whole lot more.
Ahead of the Galaxy Note 9 event scheduled for next week, Samsung has gone ahead and unveiled the Galaxy Tab S4, its latest attempt at an Android tablet. The device is built to compete with the likes of other high-end tablets such as the Microsoft
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