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This business-oriented laptop shines at (surprise, surprise) performing business-oriented tasks.
With pen input and a highly customized version of Android 4.0, the Note 10.1 distinguishes itself in a crowded market.
Ready to throw Ma Bell from the train? Allow us to lend you a hand. We discuss the pros and cons of VoIP, and offer a look at available options.
Led by slates carrying Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor, Android tablets are highly competitive against Apple's iPad.
The updated Zenbook ships with Ivy Bridge, a gorgeous full HD IPS display, and an improved trackpad.
This business-oriented Ultrabook has a dim screen and a quiet headphone jack—not ideal for on-the-go users.
The Nexus 7 does well in many areas, but its lack of expandability limits its scope.
As a basic PDF reader and editor, this app is acceptable, provided you're not picky about your user experience. But rival apps handle the job better.
Business Calendar Free, GoodReader for iPhone, and other apps can help you stay on top of everything you need to do throughout the workday.
This PDF reader and annotation app for the iPad is good for making quick notations on a PDF, and it's a decent note-taker as well. That said, a few additions would make a good app oh so much better.
With its latest update, Asus raises the bar for Android tablet performance and design.
The Retina MacBook Pro is not only a groundbreaking release, combining stunning performance and portability in a 15-inch Mac laptop. This model will also force you to change the way you interact with a laptop.
The included keyboard dock gives this tablet the flexibility to imitate a laptop, but it also introduces considerable bulk.
The Stylistic Q550 packs such business-friendly features as a fingerprint reader and a removable battery, but its Atom processor lacks oomph.
Samsung has packed an entire Intel Core i5 laptop into a slim, light slate tablet. Too bad it had to pack a fan in there, too.