One of the things I've always liked about desktop computers running Microsoft Windows or Linux is that they are fairly easy to upgrade.
We've seen quite a few tablets powered by Rockchip's RK3188 quad-core processor turn up in recent weeks.
There are a number of tablets on the market today running Windows 8, including Microsoft's very own Surface Pro.
Faster performance for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets is always a plus - assuming battery life doesn't suffer as a result.
Displays on Android-powered tablets tend to max out at around 10.1-inches. So if you want something with a larger screen, there aren't exactly a lot of choices out there.
One of the biggest problems with buying a tablet lacking Google certification is that users may not have full access to all the applications available on Mountain View's expansive Play store.
Redmond has been offering its own tablets under a Microsoft Surface brand for several months now.
The Rockchip RK3188 quad-core processor is shaping up to be one of the most common chips found in Android tablets, PCs-on-a-stick and set-top boxes.
Hyundai recently debuted a quad-core Android tablet. Boasting a 10-inch screen, the T10 can be thought of as the big brother to the T7 we discussed back in January.
Chipmaker Intel is still struggling to market sleek and pricey Ultrabooks, which are facing more competition than ever from high-end tablets and hybrids. However, it could finally be about to make them a bit more appealing to cash strapped consumers who won't have their savings taxed by the Cypriot government.
Hyundai is bumping up the specs of its seven-inch T7S tablet.
Chinese tablet maker Onda recently showcased a slick $240 Android tablet that featured an iPad-like retina display.
Google is reportedly in the process of revamping its 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet with a high-resolution display.
Razer's Project Fiona gaming tablet went up for pre-order earlier this month. However, pre-orders have now been put on hold due to overwhelming demand.
Tablet apps remain on track to generate a whopping $8.8 billion in revenue in 2013, compared to the $16.4 billion projected for smartphone apps.
A slick tablet has turned up from Chinese manufacturer Cube that offers an uber-high resolution (1920 x 1200) 10.1-inch display
It all comes down to a perception of value. I’m not going to argue that Hewlett Packard (HP) has a chance of selling more tablets than Apple or generating more revenue.
Asus has launched an all-in-one computer (AIO) dubbed the Transformer AiO P1801.
Microsoft's Surface Pro is a high-end Windows 8 tablet selling at a cool $999 price point, scaling up accordingly based on specs and accessories.
Fujitsu recently showcased a prototype virtual tablet keyboard that could eventually replace external and on-screen 'boards.