Apple’s iPad mini officially launches on Friday, but there are plenty of other tablets in the 7-inch range on the market to whet your tech appetite this holiday season. The Amazon Kindle Fire HD has a sharper display, the Barnes & Noble Nook HD has offers an excellent reading experience and the Nexus 7 is now available in 16GB and 32GB options with Android 4.2. The latter three tablets can all be purchased for under $200, too. We’re not saying you shouldn’t buy the iPad mini — we can’t wait to bring you our full review — we’re just wondering what tablet you have your eye on.
Todd Haselton has been professionally writing since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with MaximumPC Magazine and has since written for Ars…
By Todd Haselton |
Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker by a large margin, has a robust portfolio of products that will help make your transition back to school more productive, more fun and easier than ever. Seriously, the company offers a choice for every budget and every lifestyle. Whether you want to buy a multimedia laptop for gaming in the dorms and writing term papers, a tablet for portability, a budget machine that will leave cash over for spring break, an all-in-one, an affordable Chromebook or a laptop that can also double as a tablet, Lenovo has you covered.
By Brandon Russell |
That HTC-made Nexus tablet, known so far as Flounder/Volantis, has received Wi-Fi certification. That’s not much, but it’s by no means insignificant. As we inch toward the start of fall, we’re expecting two new Nexus devices to hit—the other made…