Though the Android-powered Yoga Tablet doesn't drastically change form factors like the Windows-based hybrid, it does feature a design to convert into more useful positions. Here's a look at the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8, the most interesting tablet seen in a while.
The LG G Pad 8.3 is the first Android tablet that LG has made in a long time, and anyone thinking of giving the device a chance should head over to Newegg to purchase it. Newegg has the tablet available for a limited time with a $100 discount.
The Google Nexus 7 and the Apple iPad Mini with retina display represent the best of their respective fields when it comes to smaller-sized tablets. Which is the better buy?
US retailer Staples has started its Black Friday deals early with a one-day promotion that will cut the price of tablets by $50. The deal excludes Apple products, so it?s of no use to iPad buyers, but someone eyeing a Nexus 7 can get a 16GB model for as little as $179. Someone looking to purchase a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for only $299. This is a limited time offer that ends today, November 27, 2013. Details are available at Staples
Anyone contemplating purchasing an Android tablet as a gift for someone, or even for personal use, might want to consider the Nexus 7. A new offer from Google might entice them even more than the device's standard praise.
It's amazing how much a product can change in a generation or two. What's even more amazing is that despite differences in feeling between the iPad Air and previous generations, very little separates the the latest iOS tablet from its predecessors. For many people, that may be a good thing.
As promised when the firmware was first unveiled in October, Google has begun delivering the Android 4.4 KitKat update to its Nexus tablets. Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 owners can now download the latest version of Android right now.
Here's a surprise for anyone interested in an Apple iPad mini with Retina display. It was originally believed that the tablet would not launch until the end of November, but Apple has starting selling the iPad mini online. If you're in the market for a new tablet, you might want to grab one now because of one obvious reason: scarcity.
The Federal Aviation Administration altered its guidelines last week to permit more use of electronic devices during flights, and Amazon has decided to host a one-day sale that lowers the price of the Kindle, Kindle Fire, and Kindle DX to celebrate. Amazon dropped the price of the Kindle to $59, the Fire HD to $118, and the Fire HDX to $195. Shoppers have until the end of today, November 4, 2013, to enter the code "ThnksFAA" (without quotes) to get 15 percent of Kindle purchases.
The Apple iPad Air and iPad Mini announced yesterday will arrive at all of the major carriers in the U.S. beginning next week. T-Mobile today announced something unique about its iOS tablets: customers can acquire them at no initial cost and get limited amounts of data for free.