What products from CES 2015 will appeal to Apple device owners?
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Apple doesn't attend the CES, but was in the news this week. Apple offers an unlocked iPhone, a theory behind the buggy software of late, and a CEO predicts Apple Watch will be a killer.
The office retailer will also have the original iPad Air for $319, the iPad with Retina Display for $279, and the Toshiba Encore Mini Windows 8.1 tablet for $99.99.
It's a breath of fresh air to use the Surface Pro 3 and new Type Cover after trying many iPad keyboards over the years. Apple doesn't provide adequate support in iOS while the Surface is optimized for keyboard use.
Microsoft is offering MacBook Air owners up to $650 in store credit for trading in their Apple devices for its new Surface Pro 3 tablets.
Microsoft revealed their new Surface computer, Google improved the functionality of Chromebooks, and Apple has some exciting things coming in OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.
It looks like Huawei's dual-OS smartphone is going the way of the Asus Transformer Book Duet. The concept of a device that can run both Android and Windows holds a lot of appeal. But as long as Google, Microsoft and Apple have competing ecosystems, it is unlikely to see the light of day.
Apple may be shiny on the surface, but the recently revealed SSL security flaw means that something's rotten inside — or perhaps even poisoned.
Asus has unveiled a hybrid hybrid, putting both Windows and Android in the Transformer Book Duet.
Fry's is offering a Microsoft Surface RT tablet with keyboard cover for $229, while Newegg has an Asus gaming desktop for $899.99 that includes a free copy of Assassin's Creed 4.
Looking for the best value Windows 8.1 tablet? Put down the Surface 2 and take a look at the ASUS Transformer Book T100.
The $239 sale by eBay is the lowest price for the first-generation iPad mini we've seen so far, while the Microsoft store has specials on the original Surface RT.
It's offering the Apple iPad Air for the lowest price yet -- $449.99 -- and the Microsoft Surface RT for $199.99.
Apple announced new iPads, Nokia announced new Lumias, HTC revealed a bigger One Mini, and Microsoft released new Surface devices.
Microsoft's biggest Surface 2 competitor isn't Apple with its new and next-gen iPads. It's Nokia.
Apple continues to lead in global tablet shipments, but Samsung and Asus posted incredible growth annually.
Apple leads customer satisfaction, according to J.D. Power, but Amazon's low cost has the Kindle Fire franchise creeping up. Samsung, Asus and Acer fall below the average satisfaction score.
Apple just announced that a $799 128GB Wi-Fi iPad is coming next week. Microsoft recently announced its Surface Pro 128GB for $999. Both are targeted to the enterprise and for my needs, the large-capacity iPad is the better purchase.
At CES, the pundits worried over the super-high cost of super-high resolution televisions. And then there was the lack of Ultra HD content. But a forthcoming compression standard appears to be the fix, and Apple is already in the thick of it.
Lenovo, Panasonic, Asus and Sony have all unveiled large screen PCs that can benefit from Windows 8's tablet features to work in a horizontal position as 'tables' much like Microsoft's original Surface, but dramatically cheaper
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