The Surface Pro hoopla is almost about to begin, and even though Microsoft is still pretty tight-lipped about its premier tablet, that is not stopping other manufacturers from jumping in to the party. One such vendor is a German company, with a funky little name, Kupa. Back at MobileCon 2012, Kupa unveiled its...

At the very beginning of the year I took a look at the Kupa Lux X11, a Windows 7 tablet that managed to be one of the first “Windows 8 ready” devices on the market. My early conclusions of the device had me feeling that it wasn’t bad but it was awfully expensive of a device from a brand that wasn’t that popular and...

Not long ago, I wrote an article about how the Kupa Lux X11 debuted as CES as the first “Windows 8 Ready” tablet. This is a fancy term meaning its just a Windows 7 tablet that is ‘certified’ as being able to work perfectly with Windows 8. The funny thing is that Microsoft has already clarified that all Windows 7 tablets...

  Ever since the announcement of Windows 8 the production of Windows 7-based tablets has virtually halted to a complete stop, and with good reason. Windows 7 is a solid operating system but when it comes to touch, it leaves a lot to be desired. Sure, there have been attempts to bring 3rd party applications that make...