Asus's 2013 lineup includes some products we've seen before, but now have release dates. Foremost among them: An all-in-one desktop/tablet combination that attempts to merge the best of two worlds.
Nvidia's new system-on-a-chip is set to lead tablet performance to new heights in 2013.
Seagate launches Wireless Plus and Central networked drives.
We expect tablets to continue evolving at a lightning-fast pace.
Here's how the past year played out in tablets. (Hint: It wasn't only about the Apple iPad this time.)
Trying to decide which e-reader fits your needs? Check this handy guide to the latest e-readers.
They both have 7-inch screens, they're both built by two of the biggest names in personal technology, and they both have their fans and their detractors. Which is better, the iPad mini or the Nexus 7? Chris Breen and Melissa Perenson duke it out.
Together with an attractive price and expandable storage, the Nook HD+ makes a compelling tablet choice, especially for those who plan to use it primarily for reading and Web surfing, and less for finding the latest hot app.
We walk you through the important things to consider before you buy.
The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 brings the solid, controlled tablet experience of its smaller sibling to a bigger screen—and has an affordable connected option, too.
The first mainstream tablet with an unlocked SIM card slot catapults Nexus 7 to the top of the list for jet-setting travelers.
We've seen about two dozen tablets in our labs over the past few months. Here are the best of the best on our benchmarks.
The Google Nexus 10 pairs a terrific display with a finely tuned design.
After extensive use, these are the design points that stuck with me--for better or for worse.
Microsoft made its pitch to Windows 8 developers -- and by extension, consumers -- during the opening session of its Build conference Tuesday. Sitting in the audience, Melissa Perenson spotted five trends surrounding the company's efforts to promote its new operating system.