The Panasonic Toughbook CF-33 is a flexible platform for pros who need a durable weatherproof tablet, a laptop or both.
The company also refreshes the Yoga 920 and brings the Miix 520 up to par.
The 11.6-inch Windows tablet PC is still ready to handle any situation, it just won't weigh you down as much.
Lenovo's Miix 720 gets you more for your money compared to the Microsoft's 2017 Surface Pro, but don't plan on getting through a workday on its battery alone.
If you like your two-in-one pretty and sufficient for streaming video, lots of typing, ink-based markup or casual sketching in proximity to a power outlet, the HP Spectre x2 hits the mark.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 is a unique professional tablet with modular accessories, though you can find a similar two-in-one hybrid with better battery life for less money.
Apple’s 2017 iPad Pros improve on already excellent drawing, video and photo capabilities, but its true potential won’t be seen until iOS 11 hits later this year.
Pro and Air 2 owners can skip this one, but for nearly everyone else, the updated iPad is an ideal all-around tablet at a fantastic price.
Hands-on time with a Norwegian startup's attempt to challenge Sony at tablets
Designed with crowdsourced-input, the Eve V is a tablet that takes on the new Microsoft Surface Pro and wins.
It's been more than a year and a half since Microsoft released the last version of its hugely popular Surface Pro tablet. Could the next version come later this month?
The Windows 10 tablet PCs do just enough to stand out from the crowd of Surface clones coming this year.
Word on the street suggests that Microsoft may debut the next non-Pro surface in early May. Here's what we know so far.
The RCA Voyager III is a barebones tablet at a great price, however the Amazon Fire is still the best tablet in this price range.
The second-gen tablet PC has been completely overhauled to be slimmer, lighter, tougher and more secure.
The Wacom MobileStudio Pro offers a unique solution for the creative nomad who needs power and flexibility a little more than portability -- and isn't constrained by affordability.
Don't let the plastic chassis fool you, this tablet features top-end specs at a pretty affordable price point.
Barnes & Noble is now offering a tablet that appears to have the same specs as Amazon's entry-level Fire tablet but it allows access to the Google Play store.