Tag: tablets

Brydge’s G-Type keyboard will make the Pixel Slate more of a conventional laptop

Alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, the Pixel Slate was announced today. It’s a big, expensive, 12-inch tablet with an optional first-party keyboard cover that turns it into a sort of half-measure laptop. For those seeking a more traditional computing experience (but not enough so to buy a traditional computer), Brydge has a […]

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Google announces Pixel Slate Chrome OS tablet, available later this year starting at $599

At its hardware event in New York today, Google took the wraps off the Pixel Slate, the company’s first tablet running Chrome OS. We knew a lot about it already, but now it’s official: it’s got a 3:2 aspect ratio screen, a fingerprint scanner in the power button, and optional accessories like a detachable keyboard cover […]

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Amazon announces new Fire HD 8 with hands-free Alexa

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–(NASDAQ: AMZN)—Amazon today announced the next generation Fire HD 8—now with always-ready, hands-free access to Alexa. With up to 10 hours of mixed use battery life, the all-new Fire HD 8 offers a stunning 8” HD display with over 1 million pixels, a quad-core processor, 16 GB of internal storage with support for up […]

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Lenovo announces 5 new Android tablets, including the first running Go Edition

Android tablets have never been entirely convincing, and with the introduction of Chrome OS tablets, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Android slates were going to go away completely. That may well be the long-term plan but it didn’t stop Samsung from trying their luck with the Galaxy Tab S4. Now, Lenovo is releasing a fleet […]

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Lenovo introduces an Android Go tablet as well as a tablet running…Nougat?

Lenovo just launched five new tablets running the gamut from mid-range professional to ultra-budget. Three of the tablets run Android Oreo, one runs Android Go, and one surprisingly is launching with Android Nougat. The tablets are priced starting at $70, although the pricing for the two most expensive tablets is currently unavailable. The tablet market has […]

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Galaxy Tab S4 review: An overpriced tablet that is also a horrible laptop

Article Contents If you’ve searched for an Android tablet in recent years, especially one in the premium segment, you’ve probably noticed that there are precious few options available. No Android manufacturers comes close to matching Apple’s portfolio, and the one OEM that has dared to challenge the iPad’s supremacy – Samsung – has generally done […]

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Microsoft Surface Go Review Roundup: A Mixed Bag

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. The Surface Go is intended to bring Microsoft’s polish and excellent overall design characteristics to a much lower price point, while simultaneously replacing the now-aged Surface 3, which debuted back in 2015. On the surface, there’s a lot to like […]

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Microsoft Surface Go review: Barely better than a netbook

Excellent build quality • Sharp • bright display • Windows Hello support • Built-in microSD card slot Sluggish performance • Janky touchscreen for some apps like Chrome • Keyboard and stylus sold separately • Huge • thick bezels around display Microsoft’s Surface Go is the cheapest way to buy into the Surface ecosystem, but sluggish […]

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