Tablets

Get the Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet for $99 this upcoming Monday through the Microsoft Store (US/Canada only)

Get the Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet for $99 this upcoming Monday through the Microsoft Store (US/Canada only)

Sam Sabri 252

Nothing quite stokes our fire like a good deal on a gadget or gizmo. Microsoft apparently knows that since they are starting a new promotion called “12 Days of Deals”. How good can any deal be before Christmas and after both Black Friday and Cyber Monday already take place? Apparently really good. On the first day you can get the Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet for $99. Did you do your double...

New Nokia Lumia 2520 ad teases the iPad Air on lack of keyboard, battery

New Nokia Lumia 2520 ad teases the iPad Air on lack of keyboard, battery

Abhishek Baxi 109

‘Did I buy the wrong tablet?’ asks an iPad Air user after he discovers Nokia Lumia 2520 in the new video posted on Nokia’s official YouTube channel. The video features a young guy who’s just got a ‘new, slim, and sleek’ tablet for productivity on the go, and flaunts it around amongst his friends including one pretty girl. He soon discovers though, that he frequently has to go to his...

Dell pushes out new firmware for Touch Panel on Venue 8 Pro, reportedly fixes stylus issues

Dell pushes out new firmware for Touch Panel on Venue 8 Pro, reportedly fixes stylus issues

Daniel Rubino 98

We recently took a look at the Dell Venue 8 Pro, an admirable 8-inch tablet running the full version of Windows 8.1 (32-bit). Well-built with a Quad-Core Atom processor and priced at just $299, the Venue 8 Pro has a lot going for it besides just speed. One optional accessory with the Venue 8 Pro is a stylus, allowing users to take notes or write out emails using a battery-operated pen...

Dell Venue 8 Pro – Unboxing and first impression of the 8-inch Windows tablet

Dell Venue 8 Pro – Unboxing and first impression of the 8-inch Windows tablet

Daniel Rubino 211

Dell's first 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet hits the market With Windows 8.1 unleashed by Microsoft a couple of weeks ago, it’s about time we started seeing some new hardware. One of the big new areas for Microsoft is in the 8-inch tablet range, where Apple and Android have been fighting it out for some time now. Sure, Microsoft had the Acer W3 but with its craptacular display, they needed...