Tablets of CES 2014
Tablets and laptop hybrids abound at CES.
Though companies flock to CES to show off big tech, like TVs and smart appliances, there are still plenty of tablets from our CNET team on the ground. We'll update this page with new releases as they happen.at the event. We've already seen two big releases from Samsung, the and and plenty of models from Asus. Stay tuned to this page for videos of the
Snakebyte Vyper is a 3-in-1 home and gaming console
Available starting January 31, the Vyper is an Android tablet packaged with a docking station and remote so you can connect to your TV.
Toshiba Excite 7 hands-on
The Toshiba Excite 7 tablet is competitively priced and features a microSD card expansion slot.
Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 tablet/laptop hybrid runs Windows 8.1 and Android
The 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.
Acer joins the budget tablet war with the Iconia B1-720
The Iconia B1-720 is a slight upgrade from last year's model.
Asus jumps into the small tablet stylus game
Asus is eying Samsung's current tablet stylus dominance with its new Vivotab Note 8, a Windows 8.1 tablet with a Wacom digitizer and stylus pen.
Acer upgrades A1-830 tablet, adds Intel Atom CPU, little else
The 4:3 aspect ratio tablet is only a slight upgrade from last year's model.
Samsung delivers a more graphical interface with the Galaxy Tab Pro
Eric Franklin of CNET runs through the new features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro.
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro kicks up productivity
Bigger and more graphical than its predecessors, this huge 12.2-inch tablet takes on the laptop like none before it.
Alcatel's unveils new small 3G and LTE tablets
Alcatel's new One Touch Pop 7 and Pop 8 tablets feature cellular connections on small form-factors.