Tablet PCs

Tablet PCs are quickly becoming popular computing devices. Take a look at different types of tablets and get tips and information on how to use them.

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The cultural impact of tablet computers can be seen all around us -- we're a mobile society with constant Web access. But how have tablets impacted our consumer behaviors specifically?

By Bernadette Johnson

Tablets have fundamentally changed the way people interact with technology. But how deep does that influence go, and how does it impact other technology?

By Nathan Chandler

Amazon has released several Kindle models, but the Paperwhite is designed to completely change the e-reader experience. How well does it succeed, and are any challengers stepping up to the plate?

By Bernadette Johnson

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Apple's late 2012 addition to the tablet market didn't surprise many people -- details about the iPad Mini had leaked long before its official announcement. Does the iPad's baby brother live up to the pre-release hype?

By Wesley Fenlon

Perhaps you've heard of the Maylong M-150. After all, it had the unique distinction of being a tablet sold at Walgreens -- a U.S. drugstore known more for picking up nail polish and prescriptions than personal technology. What else is there to know?

By Kate Kershner

With loads of pricey tablets hitting the market, it might seem a bit much to throw lots of cash at the latest cool gadget. SVP Tablets offer touch-screen slates for a budget price, but how well do its features rack up?

By Laurie L. Dove

Amazon's Kindle Fire is more than just an e-book reader. In fact, the device became the best-selling Android tablet on the market not long after its introduction. What sets this inexpensive tablet apart?

By Jonathan Strickland

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Amazon's Kindle Fire and the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet are both inexpensive, and offer a wealth of content options for customers. Although they're very similar, each has subtle advantages. Which would you choose?

By Jonathan Strickland

With their budget-friendly offerings, Nextbook tablets are another player in the tablet PC game. We'll check out their specs and features and show you how they compare to other low-priced tablets on the market.

By Nathan Chandler

One of the cheapest tablets around, the EvoMax allows you to surf the web and check e-mail with ease. But how is it on other functions?

By Becky Striepe

Latte is a California company that releases inexpensive electronics from Asian companies in the United States. Can Latte's ICE Smart and iMuz tablets compete in the same market as the iPad, the Kindle and Google's Nexus 7?

By Wesley Fenlon

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A MID is a small, highly portable gadget that allows us to get on the Web to check e-mail, update our social networking sites of choice, play games and locate ourselves on a map, among many other things. But what devices can be considered MIDs?

By Bernadette Johnson

Before it hit store shelves, the iPad 3 had generated a lot of hype thanks to its Retina display and more-powerful processor. But are those features worth trading in your old tablet to pick up a third-generation iPad?

By Jonathan Strickland

In the world of tablet PCs, there are slick, expensive models like the iPad, but there are also lots of inexpensive tablets designed for the budget consumer. How do iDea USA tablets stack up?

By Nathan Chandler

Le Pan tablets may not have the power and speed of the industry-leading iPad, but it offers access to the Android app store and a host of other features. What can it do for you?

By Ed Grabianowski

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While the name Sylvania might instantly make you think of light bulbs, the company is in the tablet business too. What features set their tablet apart from the rest?

By Caitlin Uttley

The perennial quest for the all-in-one computing device turns up another tablet, but this time it's affordable. Curious yet?

By Nicholas Gerbis

Ematic makes a host of Android tablets that won't break the bank. But what do they offer at such a low price? We'll tell you.

By Terri Briseno

Wacom tablets aren't your average tablet PCS. They're pen tablets that allow artistic professionals and hobbyists alike to capture their art in a digital fashion.

By Kate Kershner

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Shopping for an art tablet is a lot like shopping for traditional art supplies. The artist's skills, specialties and technique all play a role. But just like art supplies -- tablets aren't cheap.

By Cherise Threewitt

The gadget Razer showed off at CES 2012 was eye-popping and a little mind-boggling. Could a tablet-style computer with attached controllers really appeal to gamers?

By Wesley Fenlon

Craig Electronics markets a range of discount tablets, many for less than $100. We'll tell you about a few of them.

By Terri Briseno

If you're looking for a cheap tablet that does the basics, the Polaroid's probably your device. What can you expect out of this tablet computer?

By Patrick J. Kiger

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Although many people use tablet PCs primarily for playing games and surfing the Web, Lenovo's ThinkPad tablet is all business.

By Nathan Chandler

The Nook Tablet aims to be more than just your digital bookshelf -- it wants to provide all your tablet PC needs, too. How does it stack up?

By Kate Kershner