Galaxy Tab A7 review: A value-for-money device that is apt for the era of video conferences
The 7040mAh battery is easily the biggest strength of the tablet.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite review: Slim tablet with the interesting S-Pen
The chopped-down version of the Tab S6 does not falter. But don’t p...
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Here are four tablets that could seamlessly replace your PC
A look at the four most serious tablet contenders to boot your laptop out of your bag.
Samsung Tab S2 review: Overpriced but highly recommended
If you are on the lookout for a premium Android tablet and dont mind the price, the Tab S2 is highly recommended.
Micromax Canvas Laptab review: Performance is good for basic use
After disrupting the smartphone and tablet market, Micromax has chosen to disrupt the hybrid laptop-tablet segment with the Canvas Laptab.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S: Attractive, in parts
The new Tab S replaces last year’s Tab 4 and comes in 10.5 inch and 8.4 inch models with Super AMOLED displays, both at 2560 x 1600 resolution.
Micromax LapTab first look: Android, Windows and a keyboard cover in one device
Micromax has built LapTab in partnership with Intel, which is pushing these hybrid devices capable of supporting both Android and Windows 8.1.
Google brings tabs to sneak advertisements into your inbox
Google places both emails as well as advertisements under a promotions tab in the inbox and users find it difficult to distinguish between the two.
Opera inks pacts with mobile makers to pre-install web browser
Opera Software today said it has signed up with seven Indian mobilephone makers to pre-install its Opera mini mobile web browser.
Best Android tablets under Rs 15,000
If you don’t intend to spend a fortune on a tablet, yet want the big-screen thrill, there are plenty of options in the sub-Rs 15,000 segment.
ET review: Mercury mTab Neo2
What sets Mercury's mTab Neo 2 apart is that it is the cheapest Android tablet with full phone functionality (including voice calling).
8 budget tablets powered by Android
If you want a tablet but finances are tight, don't despair, you still have many options - all the tablets here are powered by Android and offer high value.
Mercury launches budget tablet mTab
The tablet has a 7-inch capacitive display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution that has become standard for budget tablets.
ET Review: Reliance 3G Tab on Android
Reliance seems to have gotten around most of common irritants with budget tablets to deliver a solid product that is really worth the asking price.