Tablet Archive

HP Envy x2 13 Core M Hybrid Can Be Yours For $800

More Intel Core M goodness. The HP Envy x2 13 tablet laptop hybrid has just gone on sale, and the new convertible makes use of the newest Broadwell architecture. It is your usual 2-in-1 affair, though. Offering

Surface Pro 3, Day 2: Look and feel

For Day 2 of the 30 Days with Surface Pro 3 series, I took the tablet out of the box and examined its physical look and feel. The Surface Pro 3 is very different from its predecessors

Windows Reportedly Available For Free For Sub $250 Devices

One good thing follows another, or something like that? Redmond is already offering free Windows licenses to OEMs that build devices with displays smaller than 9 inches. But according to a new report, the company might expand

Dell shows an 8 inch tablet – the Venue

At Intel’s annual developer conference today, Dell introduced an 8-inch tablet running Windows 8.1. The Dell Venue will pack a Bay Trail quad-core processor, an IPS display (1,280×800), and Windows 8.1. It will also come with stylus and

Microsoft Reportedly Testing Second Generation Surface Tablets

The thing about a devices and services concept is that a company has to regularly update its hardware offerings. Regularly in this case being annually — hardware is an awfully competitive field, after all. And while Microsoft

Windows 8.1 Preview Becomes Unusable In Portrait Mode On Some Devices

The much enhanced support for portrait mode that Microsoft has built specifically for smaller tablets is one of the most focal new features of Windows 8.1, but some users have found and reported an issue when launching

Wal-Mart Starts Selling Surface Tablets

Microsoft is actively trying to clear inventories of its Surface slates in order to get ready for the second generation Surface RT and Surface Pro units that are projected to be unveiled later in the year. Now

New Energy Efficient Intel Haswell Chips Coming This Year

Intel has recently made its anticipated Haswell lineup of processors official, with units now shipping across the globe. However, a pesky little USB hardware bug has delayed the refresh of its desktop motherboard refresh. But that is

Windows 8.1 Preview Drops WiFi On Some Surface Pro Tablets

I guess it can be said with reasonable surety that the networking components used on the first generation Surface slates do not always play nicely with other parts of the device. Since launch, owners of both tablets

AMD Shows Interest In Consumer Oriented ARM Solutions

Advanced Micro Devices reported its financial results for the second quarter of the year last week, and although sales were up quarter over quarter, they were down year over year, resulting in a loss of $74 million