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.
Not too long ago, Razer pledged to move forward with its Project Fiona gaming tablet - if the initiative received 10,000 Facebook likes.
Intel's x86 entry into the ARM-dominated smartphone and tablet market is progressing rather slowly.
The Android-powered Onda V972 is a $240 9.7-inch tablet with a retina display.
Expected to launch in 2013, HP is keeping mum on pricing for its Windows 8-powered EliteBook Revolve.
New Toshiba Excite 10 SE tablet is $100 cheaper than its predecessor, but still dangerously close to the price of the iPad 2.
If you're one of the ultrabook hopefuls who pre-ordered the rather interesting Asus Taichi dual-screen ultrabook, well, you're going to have to wait a bit longer to actually get your hands on the machine.
Recent reports indicate that Mountain View is prepping a Google-branded Chromebook with a touchscreen.
The $800 Asus VivoTab TF810C runs Windows 8 and features an 11.6-inch Super IPS+ screen set at 1366 x 768 resolution.
Samsung has rolled out its next-generation 64 GB embedded multimedia card (eMMC). Dubbed the eMMC Pro Class 2000, the 64GB cards are manufactured using 10nm class process technology.
Like the idea of Windows 8 tablet, but not exactly impressed by Microsoft's Surface?
Analysts at DisplayMate recently published a tablet display shootout that pitted Microsoft's Surface RT against the retina-enabled Apple iPad, the iPad 2 and Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.
It's been a year since the first version of the Aakash tablet first surfaced in India.
Earlier this year, many of us were hoping that Microsoft would launch its Surface Tablet, specifically the version running Windows RT, at a low price to compete with other devices on the hyperactive market.
The Nook HD and Nook HD+ have been rooted by a hacker known as "verygreen," just days after Barnes & Noble officially rolled out its new lineup of flagship tablets.
This is my second week with the Microsoft's flagship Surface tablet and the first week I didn’t have access to a desktop PC and a larger screen.
Lenovo is pushing hard to get into the tablet market with various Android devices as well as tablets that run Microsoft Windows 8 and RT.
Lenovo's Windows 8 ThinkPad Tablet 2 will be hitting the streets on November 16.
Atlhough the ultimate success of Microsoft's indigenously designed Surface remains uncertain, we do know that Redmond is making a rather tidy profit off each tablet sold.