Tablet

Nextbook Flexx 11a 11.6″ Convertible Touchscreen Tablet PC review

I’ve been using a Mac as my main computer at home for quite a few years now. I started with an iMac, went to a 15″ MacBook Pro, then to a 13″ MacBook Pro, next was a MacBook Air, and now I’m currently using a 12″ MacBook.  I keep downsizing because I prefer a lightweight …

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grandPad is a tablet designed for your grandparents

According to an article in the NYTimes, 14 percent of the world’s population is older than 65 and a large subsection of those people are not very tech savvy. Keeping up with their children and grandchildren can be difficult for older people who haven’t had the opportunity to grow up with smartphones, tablets, and computers. …

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Gearbest Cube WP10 4G Phablet review

Phone, tablet, phablet. The market parlance around these three items is somewhat murky, but I’m still not sure there are folks for whom a phablet isn’t a better device than a phone. To test this theory, I volunteered when Julie offered the team the Gearbest Cube WP10 4G Phablet, a Windows 10 tablet with phone …

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E Fun Nextbook Windows 10.1″ 2-in-1 tablet review

Developed closely with Microsoft Corp. and Intel, the Nextbook Windows 10.1″ 2-in-1 tablet from E Fun is the first Windows 8.1 device that can be used as both a laptop or a tablet that also has an MSRP below $200 ($179 at Walmart). It features a detachable POGO keyboard, a free one year subscription for Office 365 Personal …

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5 stands that integrate an Apple wireless keyboard with a tablet

Tablet users who enjoy using a real honest to goodness physical keyboard with their devices have a large selection of different Bluetooth keyboards to choose from, but one of the best in my opinion, is Apple’s wireless keyboard. The only problem with this keyboard is that it wasn’t designed for use with a tablet and is lacking …

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ipega 7-inch Quad Core HD Android Gaming Tablet review

I enjoy playing games on my Android smartphones and tablets, but I tend to stick with puzzle games like Words with Friends instead of action games that require onscreen controls. I find onscreen gaming controls to be hard to use because they provide no tactile feedback. We’ve reviewed joysticks that stick on top of the screen …

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Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows 8.1 RT tablet review

Years ago I was the ultimate Apple fan girl and wanted little to do with Android devices because they seemed clunky and lacked apps. Time went by, I dumped Apple, and have been firmly in the Android camp for a couple years. Now I find that Apple devices bore me to tears. I’ve tried a …

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Perfect Choice canvas messenger fits a laptop and your tablet

These Perfect Choice Canvas 14″ Laptop & Tablet Messenger bags have room for all your gear.  There’s a padded laptop compartment that fits laptops up to 14″.  An interior slip pocket holds a 10″ tablet, and there are other compartments for the rest of your gear.  It’s made of durable canvas that has been waxed …

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nimblstand tablet + Apple Wireless Keyboard stand review

There are all sorts of cases with built-in keyboards for iPads and Android tablets. But the problem with 99% of them is that they aren’t designed to allow you to use the tablet + keyboard on your lap like you can with a laptop computer. Another problem is that most of the keyboards used with …

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GripBase Podium review

Anyone who has used an iPad or other tablet while standing, walking around, or speaking to a group, without the ability to rest it on something solid, has known the pain that juggling these tools can bring. Since it is a two-handed device, holding with one and manipulating with the other means you’ve got to …

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Stickteck DRUMMERZ Tablet Drumsticks review

A few weeks ago the people at Stickteck approached me to see if I had any interest in reviewing their DRUMMERZ Tablet Drumsticks. Since I’m up for almost anything, I said sure and a few days later I found a set of specially made capacitive drumsticks in my mailbox. Are the DRUMMERZ a worthy set of sticks …

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Drummerz Drumsticks – Create a beat that anyone can march to

As someone who loves music, is a wannabe musician, iPad mini owner and The Gadgeteer, I love any gadgets or apps that allow me turn my tablet into a musical instrument. We’ve seen apps that convert your iPad into a piano, guitar, ukulele and even a drum set. Using your fingers to play piano, guitar …

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HP Slate 7 Android tablet now available

  HP has just released its 7″ Android tablet in the US – the Slate 7.  It runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and features an ARM Cortex-A9 Dual-Core (1.6 GHz) processor, 8GB internal memory, 1GB DDR3 SDRAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 1024 x 600 screen.  It has a front-facing (VGA) webcam and a 3MP rear-facing webcam. A microSD …

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Armed for action, the Spiderpodium Tablet keeps your tablet device secure

What has eight arms and holds your tablet? If you answered the Spiderpodium Tablet by Breffo you would be right. The Spiderpodium Tablet is the big brother to the original Spiderpodium designed to hold handheld devices. This stand utilizes its eight flexible rubber coated steel arms to hold your tablet devices securely at just about …

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