CNET editors round up their favorite tablets, including products from Apple, Samsung, and Google.
The Asus Memo Pad 7 is a 7-inch Android tablet that has clearly taken design inspiration from a clutch bag.
Sporting a Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor and 13-megapixel lens, the 5-inch PadFone X smartphone can dock directly into a tablet for a more immersive experience.
The 10.1-inch Transformer Pad TF103 packs a productive punch with a new feature-filled user-interface and detachable keyboard dock.
The 8-inch slate starts at $199 and packs a slick new user interface in slim design.
The Transformer Book T300 Chi is a 12.5-inch super-slim two-in-one and is just 7.3mm thin in tablet mode. Also announced was the Transformer Book V that runs both Android and Windows.
With a built-in Wacom stylus, the VivoTab 8 lends itself to sketching or drawing on the go.
The company shows off its new 8-inch Fonepad, the new Transformer Book V powered by both Android and Windows and the super-slim Transformer Book T300 Chi -- all powered by Intel processors.
This 13.3-inch tablet, announced at CES 2014, packs a performance punch, with a quad-core Intel i7 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage.
Asus is eyeing Samsung's current tablet stylus dominance with its new Vivotab Note 8, a Windows 8.1 tablet with a Wacom digitizer and stylus pen.
Intel shows how the Asus Transformer Boot Duet TD300 tablet/laptop -- introduced this week -- switches between Windows 8.1 and Android at the chipmaker's booth at CES.