tablets

  • Lenovo's hybrid laptop-tablet U1 is approaching release

    Lenovo has just updated its site with some encouraging words, saying that its freaky U1 hybrid tablet-laptop is “coming soon.” The news isn’t really the imminence of its arrival, but rather that it’s arriving at all. I gave it a thorough hands-on at CES, and it seemed pretty beta — but a cool idea. Maybe they’ve worked out some of the kinks? Read More

  • Well, of course Google is working on a tablet

    There is much excited talk right now about Eric Schmidt letting slip that Google is indeed working on a tablet. Yeah, I think we all knew that. The only real surprise is that it’s running Android, possibly with Chrome tacked on as the browser. Why not ChromeOS? I suppose Google thinks it would be pretty ridiculous to debut a new OS with a new device, with only web apps available, when… Read More

  • The WePad gets a price and launch date (update: Now with a demo of the interface!)

    The WePad made headlines a few weeks back when the tablet launched out of seemingly nowhere. It’s really the anti-iPad with multitasking, Flash, SD card slot, USB, along with the Android Marketplace, but while maintaining Apple’s sleek design. But the pricing and availability wasn’t mentioned with the hardware specs. The company just went public with those deets’ along… Read More

  • Meizu up to their old tricks, clones the iPad this time

    It looks like Meizu has done it again. This Chinese electronics manufacturer best known for its iPhone clones has recently revealed a new product that looks surprisingly similar to the iPad. Read More

  • More details about the ExoPC slate surface

    The ExoPC is shaping up to be a major contender in the tablet PC space with the iPad’s good looks and an affair of ExoPC UI-Layer on top of Windows 7. And if these leaked capabilities are in fact coming, the HP Slate better look out. This guy will steal some of its thunder. Read More

  • Nokia plans to join the tablet party with Intel team-up

    The iPad may be the first truly viable tablet product on the market, but can it withstand repeated blows from serious rivals like Google, HP, and Microsoft? Within a year, we’ll be looking at 15-20 tablet options and if you don’t think some might approach or surpass the iPad in quality and usability, well, you’re a fanboy. The latest addition to the lineup: Nokia is working on… Read More

  • Review: Viliv S10 Blade convertible netbook


    I hate it when a product like the Viliv S10 Blade looks so good as a concept but fails to live up to its potential. The S10 has a late-model Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM, and a multitouch 10-inch screen. Should be solid, right? Wrong. Read More

  • The Archos 9 PC Tablet makes room for the Atom Z515 CPU

    Isn’t it grand when companies somewhat silently update their products with new hardware but keeps the previous price. That’s just what Archos did with the 9 PC Tablet. Overnight it went from the Intel Atom Z510 1.1GHz CPU to the Z515 1.2GHz Atom with Hyper-Threading and Intel Burst Performance Technology. It’s a nice little spec bump, actually. Read More

  • HP Slate priced, dated, and spec'd?

    The HP Slate has been showing up in all sorts of places since it’s CES 2010 debut. But we really never knew much about it. We didn’t know what CPU or GPU it was running, along with if it had 3G, GPS, webcams. But a Spanish site seemingly has all the answers and we like what we hear. Read More

  • The SayCool tablet mates a 7-inch multitouch display to Windows XP

    There is a steady stream of tablet PCs flowing out of China recently. Most of them are just the same ol’ thing, but this SayCool tablet stood out from the rest with a 7-inch capacitive screen that’s apparently multitouch capable. Now, the tablet runs Windows XP, which isn’t nearly as touch friendly as Win7, but it certainly can be done with the right cocktail of software… Read More

  • ARM guy: 50 tablet computers coming out in 2010

    Man oh man. This is going to be like the netbooksplosion that happened after the EeePC hit. Roy Chen, a big man at ARM, said at a press meeting that they expect perhaps 50 tablet computers to be made available worldwide in 2010. Of course, in the US, we’ll only see a fraction of them — maybe 15 or 20. Some of these will be knockoffs, some Android devices, some this or that or the… Read More