Don’t let your unused tablet gather dust, sell it to us


We'll give you the best price for that busted tablet.
We'll give you the best price for that busted tablet.
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For many, their first tablet was a revelation, the missing piece, the next natural step in computing, For many others, it turned out to be a bit of a fad, a paperweight. Nothing they could do on a Kindle that they couldn’t do with a book, no reason to play Fruit Ninja because there was so much actual food to prepare. You know, people with healthy habits.

The ultimate PC replacement? Wacom Companion 2 [Reviews]


A tablet that I can actually work on.
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The 9.7-inch iPad Pro was titled the ‘Ultimate PC replacement’ by Apple, and for a lot of people it is. But for myself, mainly working within the creative world designing graphics, editing videos and conjuring up visual effects — this isn’t really possible on the iPad Pro yet.

But I think I’ve found the solution in the form of Wacom’s latest tablet, the Cintiq Companion 2.

Check out my full video review below.

‘Leaked’ schematic reveals changes coming to iPad Air 3


iPad Air 3 will pick up some tricks from the iPad Pro.
iPad Air 3 will pick up some tricks from the iPad Pro.
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The upcoming iPad Air 3 might look a lot like the new iPad Pro, only a bit smaller, according to a purported new leak.

The update to the Air line could be coming down the pipeline as soon as March, and it appears that the refreshed tablet could come with four-speaker audio.

Microsoft’s tablets are eating away at iPad sales


Put your hands on me.
Microsoft is taking the tablet fight to Apple.
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Apple might have once owned the tablet market, but Microsoft is making rapid advances in sales — and may even be approaching iPad numbers by 2019, according to a new “Tablet Operating System Forecast” report by Strategy Analytics.

Summarizing the first nine months of 2015, and extrapolating the trends to try and predict the next few years, the report reveals how sales of Windows tablets are up 58 percent compared to 2014, and are on track to sell 22 million this year. That’s 10 percent of the market, compared to Apple’s 22 percent.