Rather than a quick trip around the corner, we took the Samsung Galaxy 8.0 for an extended road trip across the continent. Is it worth the $400 asking price or does it falter in the face of less expensive competition?
Samsung has a bonafide steroid-infused tablet with the intriguing S-Pen to compete with the iPad but does it fall slightly short or make this the "rebel" device to mess with the Empire?
A lot of things get better when you take a terrific tablet and increase the screen size. But not everything.
They had us at Retina display, a first on the iPad, this new one managing to cram in four times the pixels of the iPad 2.
It took a consumer electronics conglomerate like Samsung to put so much audio/video power and versatility into such a compact device. And we're so glad they did.
This lightweight alternative tablet is good for the digital bookworm, but lacks both bells and whistles.
Amazon lowers the price of entry for media-friendly Android tablets with the Kindle Fire. But is it a portable media powerhouse or a glorified eReader?
The lightweight, one-handed NOOK Tablet has the goods under the hood, and a vibrant screen you have to see to believe.
With blatant additions, obscure tweaks and a lot that has remained unchanged, this year's model of the world's favorite tablet edges out the original.
Samsung introduces a not-so-bi screen that can do a Galaxy of things.