Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
Microsoft's Office for Apple's iPad tablet is a beautiful hybrid of form and function, competing with and even outdoing Apple's iWork suite.
Although the price should give you pause, outstanding battery life and good productivity apps should give Windows tablets a run for their money.
If you're aching for a new tablet, now is a great time to buy. Just make sure it's one of these.
The Hybrid may be the perfect multi-touch pen tablet, despite its bulk. But if you rely on smaller gadgets for the road, you may be disappointed.
Don't let the keyboard cover fool you. This Windows RT upstart is nothing like its direct in-house competition.
It's got some speedy innards and a fantastic-looking display, but there's not much here that would make you choose this over any other Android tablet.
The iPad mini with Retina display is the iPad mini Apple wished it could have made in 2012. It couldn't be done then, but it can now, and the result was worth the wait.
The low-price might be tempting, but you're better off saving your money for a better tablet.
The battery life is really long, so you can hate using it all day on a single charge.
If you dismiss it as "not as good as the iPad Air," you're missing an important point.
It's lighter, thinner, and twice as fast as the previous full-size iPad. What's not to like?
Two tablets enter, one tablet leaves!
Considerable hardware and software improvements make Amazon's third attempt one of the best content-consumption tablets around.
This tablet chugs more than a frat boy at Oktoberfest.
Though eye-catching, Apple's latest mobile operating system is no mere face-lift. iOS 7 redefines not just how your iPhone or iPad looks, but also how it works, and it does so with Apple's characteristic style.