Category: Tablet
Sony Xperia Z4 review

Light, powerful, and smooth, Sony may have got it right with this tablet Sony’s barely been on the mobile device radar for the past few years, sacrificing its share of the market in favor of better profits for its under performing Sony Mobile division. While Sony’s higher-model Xperia smartphones ...

Archos 101 Oxygen Review

A tablet that’s a breath of fresh airArchos is a familiar name in the tablet and smartphone market these days, and a name that has earned some respect from users and critics alike. The company has had some shaky products in the past, but these last few years have seen it shine and come out with a ...

Prestigio Multipad Visconte 3 Review

The Multipad Visconte 3G from Prestigio is a typical representative of the new entry-level range: compact and not very light, but functionally not inferior to more expensive Windows tablets. Even at first glance, the Prestigio Multipad Visconte 3G makes a better impression: the housing is not only ...

Dell Venue 8 7840

An Android tablet that lets you measure things with its cameraDell may be best known for its PCs and laptops, but the company is also one of the oldest manufacturers of Android tablets. None of them, it has to be said, have been particularly good. At first glance, the Venue 8 7840 (also known as ...

HP ElitePad 1000 G2: Go ahead, drop this tablet

MAKE IT BETTER and they will come. That's a common vendor mantra, but rarely are the improvements as compelling as those on HP's $800, 10.1-inch ElitePad 1000 business tablet. The successor to the ElitePad 900 replaces the single-core Intel Atom Z2760 with a significantly faster quad-core Intel ...

Linx 7 Review

The Linx 7 is the cheapest Windows 8.1 tablet we’ve ever tested. At only £80 it immediately grabbed our interest, and this was piqued even further when we found out it comes with a year’s subscription to Office 365 Personal. This alone is worth around £50, and will let you use the Office suite on ...

Apple iPad Air Review

Amazing performance, great looks, a slim chassis and a very fast OS, it’s a superb tablet. THE Apple iPad Air Review lives up to its name. At just 469g, it’s 183g lighter than its predecessor and is now light enough to use comfortably in one hand. It also helps that the Air’s body is a lot smaller ...

PANASONIC TOUGHPAD FZ-M1

AN UNYIELDING CHASSIS AND A LONG LIST OF FEATURES MAKE THIS THE ULTIMATE ROUGH-AND-TUMBLE WINDOWS 8 TABLET PRICE $2700 SUPPLIER www.panasonic.com/au At 18.8mm thick and weighing 540g, the FZ-M1 is hefty by compact-tablet standards. It would be churlish to hold its heft against it, ...

Acer DA241HL Review

A good deal on paper, but this Android all-in-one is too slow and clunky to recommend. We’ve seen plenty of touchscreen all-in-ones since the debut of Windows 8, but the Acer DA241HL is the first we’ve seen running Android. It’s an interesting idea, and externally it looks like a respectable ...