Four forthcoming models reflect many of the ongoing trends in tablets for 2013.
New tablet is the first to integrate a tuner for receiving over-the-air digital broadcasts.
New, rugged 10.1-inch and 7-inch Windows and Android tablets are built for tough conditions and serious business.
Creative work on a tablet won't be the same after seeing Panasonic's beauty.
At a gathering of designers from Samsung's Korea headquarters, the company made it clear that it will continue to push toward being a lifestyle brand, and one that emphasizes connecting consumers with their personal electronics.
Fuhu adds to its Nabi product line of Android tablets for kids, with cool cameras, NFC fields, and of course, bright colors.
Asus's 2013 lineup includes some products we've seen before, but now have release dates. Foremost among them: An all-in-one desktop/tablet combination that attempts to merge the best of two worlds.
Nvidia's new system-on-a-chip is set to lead tablet performance to new heights in 2013.
Seagate launches Wireless Plus and Central networked drives.
We expect tablets to continue evolving at a lightning-fast pace.
Here's how the past year played out in tablets. (Hint: It wasn't only about the Apple iPad this time.)
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Together with an attractive price and expandable storage, the Nook HD+ makes a compelling tablet choice, especially for those who plan to use it primarily for reading and Web surfing, and less for finding the latest hot app.
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The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 brings the solid, controlled tablet experience of its smaller sibling to a bigger screen—and has an affordable connected option, too.