Cheap Google Android tablets from China are a dime a dozen, but what about Chinese tablets that run Windows? These are certainly not nearly as common. Today let’s take a look at the Haina Digital Windows tablet, mainly for fun. First, the specs: 1.66 GHz Atom N450 processor. 2GB DDR2 RAM 10-inch1366 x 768 resistive...

There is no doubt that tablet usage is on the rise, but is a traditional tablet the best option for everyone? I personally don’t think so, for those with more business-oriented needs a tablet just doesn’t cut it, sure we wouldn’t mind have some tablet-like abilities, but a more laptop-like experience is just as...

  Today we take a look at yet another Windows tablet that also claims to support “dual-booting to Android”. So far, most of these Android/Windows dual-systems have proved to have a very limited overall Android experience that makes it more of just a novelty than a truly useful feature. So how does the Tegatech Tega V2...

While convertible notebook computers aren’t exactly ‘all the rage’, they aren’t bad for those that are looking for a little bit of everything. There are actually quite a few different models out there, as tablet PCs of this type have been around much longer than the current ‘tablet craze’ we see today, in fact...

In a world where Windows tablets aren’t exactly a precious commodity, we’ve certainly seen a slow down of new models in anticipation of the more touch-optimized Windows 8. One of the few exceptions so far has been the recent Kupa X11. Despite being an unknown brand, the Kupa did have a few interesting features that set...

Today we are taking a look a the Lenovo ThinkPad X220 (429637U), a unique convertible touch-laptop that brings us the best of both worlds: touch-technology and laptop functionality. While not the most elegant system on the block, Lenovo ThinkPads do have a reputation for good quality. So how does the X220 tablet...

When doing these tablet reviews, I’ve noticed that most of the devices on the market seemed most directly aimed at either general business users (or enterprise) or just more-casual, everyday Windows users. There are many more types of users than that out there though, so I’ve made it my mission to score the net for...

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...

At this point in time there are really only two tablet operating systems that have made any major impact on the market: Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. Of course we all know that Windows 8 is setting the stage for some major changes, mostly surrounding the support of ARM and a new touch interface called Metro. While...

  For those that have followed my work, I’ve done several different kinds of reviews at Windows8update, from ultrabooks to high end-tablets and even convertibles. I have enjoyed taking a deeper look at a variety of different machines and helping users figure out what is best for them, but a personal mission of mine has...