The world’s first Chrome OS-powered all-in-one desktop with an optional touch display was initially announced on April 1 (no joke), but sans pricing details or precise release dates. Just a vague Q2 window for North American and Asia Pacific markets, and fairly educated guesses on our part regarding (relative) affordability.
This little known Indian brand called iBall, in partnership with Microsoft, literally just unveiled a regional rival for the Intel Compute Stick, and already, there’s a new contender for the title of best thumb-sized PC.
Seeing as how the youngest member of Google’s Nexus smartphone family has been massively discounted via numerous retailers of late, it was only a matter of time until the newest “pure Android” tablet followed suit. Even if they say no N9 sequel is in the pipeline right now. Nonetheless, the Tegra K1-powered, 8 mm slim more »
It’s no secret that small is the new big in the ever-shifting PC landscape, with more and more complex smartphones forcing industry veterans to hatch full-fledged computers the size of USB flash drives. Granted, “full-fledged” is a bit of a stretch, as these tiny machines can technically carry out basic computing tasks while fumbling on more »
Far from a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 “killer”, the newest member of HP’s versatile Pavilion x2 family aims to offer a very similar user experience at a fraction of the costs.
No better way to show the man who raised, educated and cared for you how much he means than getting him a gratis Android tablet from Magenta for Father’s Day. Wait, that came out wrong. Typically, the LG G Pad F 8.0 isn’t available for free.
Given Lenovo’s consistent focus on diversity and choice as far as its Windows tablet and convertible laptop rosters are concerned, we’ll admit we were a bit surprised to see the Miix 300 announced in just the one form factor back at MWC.
Starting today, whether you pick the first-generation Galaxy Tab S in an 8.4 or 10.5-inch version, with LTE capabilities on Verizon or AT&T, you’re guaranteed to run a modern iteration of Android. Technically not the absolute newest, but literally the next best thing and an all-around robust, smooth, pretty software package.
We can count the 2012-launched gadgets we’d still recommend you buy at the right price on the fingers of one hand.
It may feel like there’s still plenty of time to probe the market for the ideal Father’s Day tech gift, but it’s never wise to wait until the last minute. Besides, Best Buy’s latest batch of deals is so rich and diverse that it’s almost impossible not to find something for everyone’s dad.
In case you were wondering what’s taking Sony so long to spread the Z4 Tablet love on the old continent, and at the very least announce a US release date, we may have an explanation for you. But be warned, you’re not going to like it one bit.
Samsung’s redundant slate release policy doesn’t look like it’ll wind up anytime soon, with the simplified new single-letter branding scheme canceled by incessant specification overlap. As if the 2015 Galaxy Tab A duo didn’t resemble the 2014 Tab 4 lineup a little too much, another forgettable budget soldier has just entered the picture, via Taiwan.