When Microsoft announced plans to support 7- and 8-inch tablets with Windows 8.1, I was intrigued by the prospect of a miniature Windows machine. I’m a big... Read Full Review
Priced At $299.99
Released Oct. 18, 2013
By David Pierce, Sean Hollister, Ross Miller, Andrew Webster, and Nilay PatelMicrosoft didn't mean to take over your living room. When it launched in 2005,... Read Full Review
Priced At $499.00
Released Nov. 22, 2013
Three years ago, Nokia shipped over 110 million smartphones worldwide. None had a display larger than 3.5 inches. Today the company moves far fewer... Read Full Review
Priced At $749.00
Released Q4 2013
By Sean Hollister, Ross Miller, and David Pierce Seven years is a technological eternity. Yet the PlayStation 3 has sold well for that long, ever since DJ... Read Full Review
Priced At $399.00
Released Nov. 15, 2013
Every inch an iPad. Last year, the overwhelming message of the iPad mini was simple: the iPad mini was smaller, but it was still an iPad. Tim Cook, Phil... Read Full Review
Priced At $399.00
Released Nov. 1, 2013
A laptop hinge isn't something you’re supposed to think about: it opens so you can use your computer, closes when you’re done. The end. But Lenovo’s... Read Full Review
Priced At $299.00
In 2011, Amazon surprised us with the Kindle Fire, an Android-based 7-inch tablet that made it easier than ever to watch video, read books, and of course buy... Read Full Review
Priced At $379.00
Released Nov. 7, 2013
Windows 8 has inspired plenty of strange notebook designs, from the swiveling screen on the Dell XPS 12 to the flexible Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga. But... Read Full Review
Priced At $749.99
The PS Vita hasn't exactly gone according to Sony’s plan. Unveiled in Tokyo at the start of 2011, the PSP's successor was supposed to be a world-beating... Read Full Review
In 2011, Google introduced Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich," which took some of the design direction it had begun on tablets and moved it to phones. In the... Read Full Review
Priced At $0.00
Released November 2013
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