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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S: Taking on the iPad Pro with style and grace

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S: Taking on the iPad Pro with style and grace

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It wasn't that long ago that Samsung pulled a bit of a shock by announcing it was withdrawing from the laptop market, at least in the UK. However, since then the notebook space has changed somewhat, with Microsoft, Lenovo, Apple and others creating an... >>

Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0: A 10-inch tablet packed with surround sound

Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0: A 10-inch tablet packed with surround sound

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Huawei didn't just introduce fancier versions of the Nexus 6P and Huawei Watch during its CES 2016 event. It also unveiled a new tablet. Called the MediaPad M2 10.0 , it's all about “fantastic audio and visual experience”. The 10-inch device features... >>

Lenovo rounds out ThinkPad X1 lineup with three new models: X1 Tablet,  X1 Yoga, and X1 Carbon

Lenovo rounds out ThinkPad X1 lineup with three new models: X1 Tablet, X1 Yoga, and X1 Carbon

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Lenovo has shown off three new ThinkPad X1 models at CES 2016 in Las Vegas. The showstopper model is the ThinkPad X1 Tablet. It's a lot like Microsoft Surface, as it features a detachable keyboard and optional stylus. Speaking of optional stuff, Lenovo... >>

Google Pixel C review: Pixel perfect?
4.0 stars

Google Pixel C review: Pixel perfect?

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The first Pixel was a Chromebook, launched with a flourish - a shining example of what a Chromebook could be, if you were going to pour everything into it. The arrival of the Pixel C tablet sees a new entrant to Google's Pixel programme, one that's very... >>

Apple iPad Pro review: Back to the drawing board?
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Apple iPad Pro review: Back to the drawing board?

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It's Apple's biggest tablet ever. But does that mean the iPad Pro can replace both your laptop and tablet to become the sole computing device in your home? With many divided over whether or not a giant tablet is the answer - a question we've seen before... >>

Nvidia Shield Tablet K1 review: The cost-effective gaming tablet
4.5 stars

Nvidia Shield Tablet K1 review: The cost-effective gaming tablet

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When we reviewed the Nvidia Shield Tablet last year it ticked every box when faced with Android competition and even offered a lot that others couldn't, with its gaming prowess thanks to dedicated graphics hardware. We were also impressed by the £240... >>

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 review: Flexi-tablet goes budget for round three
4.0 stars

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 review: Flexi-tablet goes budget for round three

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Most tablets are black rectangles. Looking at them for too long is a sure recipe for a good night's sleep. Front-on the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 seems like just another among that crowd. But it's totally different. The Yoga is a tablet with a built-in stand... >>

Amazon Fire tablet review: Who needs Hudl when there's this for £50?
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Amazon Fire tablet review: Who needs Hudl when there's this for £50?

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When Amazon revealed that it was to release a tablet in its Fire range that would only cost £50 we have to admit that we didn’t expect much. Previous cheap-as-chips devices have never cut the mustard. In fact, they haven’t even been in the vague... >>

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 review: A genuine iPad rival?
4.0 stars

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 review: A genuine iPad rival?

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Samsung, perhaps more that any other company in the Android space, has been experimenting with the ultimate tablet recipe for a number of years. We've seen all sizes and various power setups in the company's line-up. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 follows... >>

Samsung Galaxy View: 18.4-inch monster tries to bridge the gap between tablet and TV

Samsung Galaxy View: 18.4-inch monster tries to bridge the gap between tablet and TV

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Just how big should your tablet be? That's the question Samsung is posing with the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy View. Having dabbled with virtually every screen size from 2-inches all the way to 10-inches, and beyond with products like the NotePro... >>