The Asus Ultrabook range gets an upgrade in the form of the Zenbook Prime UX31A, but will a 1080p screen make this high-end laptop worth its hefty price tag? Find out here!
Amazon’s touchscreen ebook reader, the Kindle Touch, offers tablet-style control with the same great E Ink screen. But is it worth the extra £20? Read our in-depth expert review to find out!
Though the original Motorola Xoom stood out as the first big tablet push with backing from Google, it didn’t turn out quite to be pinnacle of Android tablets.
You know all the good things about tablets such as the iPad 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1? Their beautiful screens, slick touch controls, speedy operations and excellent battery lives? What if you didn’t bother with all of those, and made a really, really cheap tablet instead?
The Sony Bloggie range joined the ‘simple video recorder’ party quite late in the game and well after the introduction of the Flip camcorder. But with Flip no more, the Bloggie finds itself ideally positioned to become the new top dog of quick video capture.
Logitech 920-003290 tablet keyboard is a great addition for iPad owners who crave the convenience of a real keyboard.
Speaker docks for Apple’s iPad aren’t quite as prevalent as those for the iPhone and iPod, in no small part due the size of unit needed to hold the larger tablet device.
Though many would say the Apple iPad set the standard in terms of what people expect from a tablet these days in terms of function, it also seems to have set the price. Can’t afford the price tag of tablets like the Apple iPad? It’s not the end of the world! There are alternatives for under £300 from brands such as Creative, Archos and Advent.
The little’un of the Macbook Pro family has an awful lot of punch. It’s incredible CPU power and transfer speed means that daily operations will be a doddle. Extras, like FaceTime HD camera, are lovely additions!