The Kindle Fire will appeal to those who buy books, videos, and music at Amazon, but it will frustrate those looking for a more versatile slate.
The stylish SpringBoard looks beautiful, but it has weak audio and a complex price scheme.
Two new tablets join T-Mobile's 4G tablet lineup, with pricing that utilizes the company's “down-payment” pricing plan.
B&N's Nook Tablet is fast, has a dynamite display, and will give Kindle Fire and other value tablets a run for their money.
With its sights set on business users, HP updates last year’s Slate 500 to the HP Slate 2.
Here’s a handful of the eye-catching products and technologies on display at the CEATEC consumer electronics show in Tokyo and in shops in Akihabara, Tokyo’s technology center.
Following extended eyes-on time, here are a few thoughts on where Amazon's new Kindle Fire fits into the tablet landscape.
The compact and light Toshiba Thrive 7" offers a bright display and a good set of connections.
This tablet stands out in a crowded field, thanks to its innovative slide-out keyboard.
With an 8.9-inch display, the latest offering in Samsung’s Android-based tablet family features a svelte profile and uses the company’s custom TouchWiz UX software.
Amazon's Kindle tablet will rival the iPad and the rest of the industry if it gets one big thing right.
A fresh Android 2.3 interface and built-in remote control features highlight this $330 tablet.