Thinner, lighter and faster? Sure. But there are some new ideas, too.
Some standouts from CES 2014.
The price alone is impressive, but don’t expect much.
A pure Android tablet with more screen for more money.
An oversized tablet grip causes more problems than it solves.
Verizon aims for the budget crowd with a $250 4G LTE tablet.
The ailing device maker is planning more than just smartphones.
Support for all Android tablets is coming later this year.
It looks like a laptop. Now it just needs to act like one.
The stylus-equipped tablet has a hefty $550 price tag.
Traditional laptops take a back seat.
It’s time to put HP’s SlateBook X2 to the test.