One of Jide's founders says Android tablets are "terrible" for doing work, so the company created a productivity-based tablet with 11.6-inch screen, detachable keyboard cover, and the Remix OS, which adds Windows-like features to Android.
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Lenovo intends to continue riding its Yoga line of tablets and laptops, and launched a Yoga Tablet 2 with a strange feature, along with the Yoga 3 and ThinkPad Yoga laptops.
When a leading Android fansite picks the iPad Air 2 as the top tablet for it's holiday gift guide, you know something is seriously wrong with Android tablets ecosystem as a whole.
Buyers and users of business tablets in Europe report productivity increases of 30 to 33 percent, but over two-thirds remain less than completely satisfied with the tablet experience.
The 7-inch tablet is powered by an Atom processor, features separate interfaces for children and parents, and costs $99.95.
Google's Nexus 9 and the Android 5.0 that comes with it includes some business friendly security features as well as an interface that could make it a bring your own device play. There's a need for more tablet-first business apps though.
A new iPad is on the way and with it will come new and improved features. But what consumers want from the new tablet and what they end up getting might not match up that well.
Three new Lenovo tablets land with (depending on your choice) Windows and Android. The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro also has an in-built pico-projector.
Amazon's latest mobile operating system lands with a few new features, notably Dynamic Light Control, deep cloud integration, and Firefly product matching for tablets.
The Iconia Tab 8 W joins other suddenly inexpensive Windows tablets hitting the market, while the Android-powered Iconia One 8 is available in 10 different color choices.
Amazon has included some features in its latest tablets that make it good for the enterprise. One of the best is outstanding support for working with PDFs.
Falling tablet sales make the news regularly with folks concerned that the buying public is ready to cast tablets aside. The fact is they're just too good, and owners feel no need to upgrade.
The refreshed 7-inch and 8-inch tablet lineup features Intel's new Atom processors and starts at $159.99.
A year ago, tablets may have been the 'in' thing, outstripping PC sales, but they were decimated during the first quarter of this year thanks to a rival product, the 'phablet' which Flipkart has ignored in favor of a white-label tablet
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At its Computex keynote in Taipei, Intel took the wraps off its new Core M processor, which is squarely aimed at laptop/tablet detachables and premium tablets.
The Excite Go is a budget 7-inch device, while the 8-inch and 10-inch Encore 2 models run Windows 8.1 and start at $200.
No sign of a Chrome OS-based tablet yet. But Acer's hitting all the competitive targets, including smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Will it work?
The line between tablet and PC used to be well defined. Increasingly, though, that distinction is being blurred as tablets become capable of more powerful business tasks and as PCs become more mobile. And then there's the fastest-growing category of all.
The chip giant's latest device for schoolchildren features a detachable 10-inch tablet, magnifying lens and temperature sensor probe, and Windows 8.1.
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