tablet

  • The reMarkable tablet is original and ambitious, unlike pretty much all the other ones

    The reMarkable tablet is original and ambitious, unlike pretty much all the other ones

    Years ago I called for a black and white computer, and that strange desire still lives within me today. While no one has yet taken me up on this amazing idea, the monochrome devices that do exist have improved, yet are still frustratingly limited in their capabilities. That’s why the reMarkable tablet is such a pleasure to me. They went full e-paper. Read More

  • Smartphone screens find their size sweet spot

    Smartphone screens find their size sweet spot

    The joke in the smartphone space in years past was how screens just kept getting bigger — stretching palms and making you look ridiculous when held up to the head to talk. Read More

  • Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is nice, but wait for the inevitable price drop

    Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is nice, but wait for the inevitable price drop

    Two years after its last major refresh, Samsung is back with the Galaxy Tab S3. A lot has changed in tablet land in the past two years. Sales have slowed considerably, as consumers have stubbornly opted not to upgrade. Manufacturers, meanwhile, are cannibalizing sales from all sides. Samsung’s got a lot of heavy lifting to do when it comes to reigniting consumer excitement around the space. Read More

  • What happened to tablet sales?

    What happened to tablet sales?

    Apple and Samsung have refreshed their flagship tablets for the first time since 2014. Much has changed in the space — mostly for the worse, as overall sales have continued to slip. There’s room for debate as far as precisely how down the overall market is, but there seems to at least be a consensus that early predictions of the tablet space eclipsing PCs missed the mark. Read More

  • PBS debuts its own tablet for kids, the Playtime Pad

    PBS debuts its own tablet for kids, the Playtime Pad

    The public broadcaster PBS today unveiled a new plan to bring its children’s television programming to its young audience, who spend more time behind tablets than sitting in front of TV sets. It’s debuting its own branded tablet, called the Playtime Pad. The tablet, which is produced by Ematic will come preloaded with PBS Kids’ entertainment, including games, video clips… Read More

  • Huawei’s MateBook is a solid 2-in-1 that still has some work to do

    Huawei’s MateBook is a solid 2-in-1 that still has some work to do

    The theme of Huawei’s press conference atop One World Trade last week was clear: The company plans to make its mark in the U.S. The hardware maker has made a name for itself outside the States with a string of high-quality handsets, but, as with a number of Chinese companies, this country has thus far proven a tough nut to crack. Announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this… Read More

  • Huawei’s MateBook tablet is up for pre-order in the US, shipping July 11th

    Huawei’s MateBook tablet is up for pre-order in the US, shipping July 11th

    We’re here 102 floors above Manhattan at One World Trade (for some reason) to commemorate the US launch of Huawei’s MateBook tablet. The two-in-one, which was shown off at Mobile World Congress back in February, is now up for pre-order here in the States, with shipping starting July 11th. The productivity device is a truly lovely piece of hardware, constructed with the same sort… Read More

  • Huawei Launches The $699 MateBook Windows 10 Tablet With Keyboard Case And Stylus

    Huawei Launches The $699 MateBook Windows 10 Tablet With Keyboard Case And Stylus

    Huawei is getting into the productivity game. The company, which recently made a splash in the U.S. with the launch of the Nexus 6p, announced a Surface Pro-like 12-inch Windows 10 tablet with a keyboard cover and an optional pressure-sensitive stylus and dock during its MWC keynote today. Pricing for the MateBook, which will be available with both Windows 10 Home and Professional, will… Read More

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