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Google Pixel Slate hands-on: 2-in-1 confusion [Updated]

The Google Pixel Slate is confusing. On the one hand, it’s an iPad Pro competitor, and priced to suit. From that perspective, the slender metal

Microsoft Surface Event October 2nd: Everything we expect

Today we’re going to run down the various different devices and software we’re expecting Microsoft to show at their big Surface event on Tuesday. This

Microsoft Surface Go review: The ultraportable laptop alternative

Few companies have produced affordable Windows devices that are firstly desirable and secondly portable. So Microsoft has decided it’s time to step into the ring

Lenovo Miix 630 review: Ultra long-lasting 2-in-1 has a few too many issues

The Lenovo Miix 630 is a Windows laptop that uses the same Qualcomm CPUs seen in top phones. Well, 2017’s top phones. This helps it

Here’s every feature Apple might copy from the PC for the updated MacBook Air 13

When you’re a laptop that hasn’t been updated significantly since 2015, you have a lot of choices for upgrade features. The buzz continues to build

Surface Go: what you’re really paying for

There are few things in tech history that have gone down in history to be so polarizing, like Apple’s removal of the headphone jack, the

Galaxy Tab S4 reviews put the nail on Android tablet’s coffin

Samsung isn’t having a good year, especially after its Galaxy S9 and S9+ are turning out to be duds in the market. It is, to

Surface Go teardown reveals one saving grace

Microsoft’s Surface Go may be cheap, but you pay for that in dire repairability and hardware that’s practically disposable, a teardown of the tablet has

Tablets are still falling: why it needs to grow and how

Just days after dropping the figures for the smartphone market, market researchers and analysts are putting the spotlight on the second favorite poster boy for

Surface Go review: The ideal cheap Windows tablet… almost

The Surface Go is Microsoft’s smallest and cheapest tablet yet, with specs that would make hardware nerds laugh. But in many ways, it brings Microsoft