The first time we saw HP's Envy X2 Windows 8 hybrid tablet was back in August of 2012.
Corning's stalwart Gorilla Glass has been used to cover sensitive LCD smartphone and tablet displays for quite some time now.
Velocity Micro - a boutique builder of PCs - has introduced an uber-mini desktop PC that would make a pefect entertainment center or hub for the living room.
Coby has introduced its very first Google Certified Android-powered tablet.
As part of its effort to rebrand and rebuild, Polaroid has launched an Android tablet aimed specifically at children.
E Fun has debuted a lineup of Android tablets dubbed the Google Play series. Powered by Jelly Bean (4.1), the tablets feature full access to Google Play, 1.5GHz dual-core processors and an HD (1024 x 600) display.
The high-end Kupa X15 UltraNote is currently available for purchase at a starting price of $1100.
MSI recently debuted a slick new sliding ultrabook dubbed the S20.
9.7-inch Archos 97 TIitanium HD tablet matches Apple's Retina resolution.
Huawei showcases tricked-out phablet ahead of CES 2013.
Google's Nexus 7 is quite the versatile device, as it is capable of running various flavors of Linux and Chromium, as well as its native Android operating system.
Remdond has been heavily promoting its Microsoft Surface RT tablet for months now, although sales of the device have been less-than-stellar, at least compared to Android devices and Apple's iPad.
There are several Windows 8 pro tablets on the market powered by Intel's Atom Z2760 processor.
Acer is reportedly prepping a new 7-inch Android tablet that will carry an uber-low price tag of $99.
The Macintosh Plus computer - introduced on January 16, 1986 - was the third iteration of Apple's Macintosh line, ran System 7 (OS) and weighed in at a cool $2,599.
HP's Windows 8-powered ElitePad 900 tablet has hit pre-order with a $649 price point.
A recently conducted survey seems to indicate that Apple's strategy of launching an iPad Mini alongside its regular sized tablet lineup is paying off.
Hollywood often makes it seem easy for the police or military to covertly access data stored on a tablet or smartphone.
There are currently a number of tablets on the market today aimed at kids in specific age groups.
Samsung is reportedly preparing to launch its Galaxy Note III "phablet" sometime in 2013. The device is slated to boast an even bigger screen than its predecessor which sports a 5.5-inch screen.