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    Evernote’s Jot Script 2 Stylus is Optimized for Penultimate, Works Like an Actual Pen

    Back when Evernote launched their Evernote Market, we noticed that one of the first new products to show up was the Jot Script, a stylus made in partnership with Adonit. Today, they’re announcing the latest version of that stylus, with an improved battery and more faithful rendering of your scrawling—er, handwriting. The original Jot Script […]

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    Lenovo ideapad MIIX 300 is a Super Cheap Windows 8.1 Tablet

    Lenovo has a pretty solid selection of affordable new devices at MWC this year. That includes their new ideapad MIIX 300, an 8″ Windows 8.1 tablet that combines modest specs with a very affordable price. The MIIX 300 has a 1280 x 800 IPS display and a quad-core Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, of the […]

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    Lenovo Tab 2 A8 is an 8-inch Budget Dual Sim Phablet

    Usually when we talk phablets, we’re looking at 6″, maybe 7″ devices. Every once in a while, though, we get someone who delivers an 8″ device that can function as an actual smartphone. Today is one of those times. The Lenovo Tab 2 A8 is an 8″ with a dual SIM card slot that makes […]

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    Octa TabletTail System Review

    Octa has been doing tablet stands differently over the past few years. The TabletTail series consists of modular accessories that range from the Whale kit, a more or less traditional stand, to the Monkey kit, a sturdy but flexible metal tube that could contort to position your tablet in all kinds of new ways. That […]

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    MommyTech TV – Fable is the Perfect Tablet for Kids

    The tablet market is far enough along to where even the kids tablet race is getting pretty crowded. We have VTech, LeapFrog, and countless others vying for the attention of the youngest of tech adopters among us, but Isabella Products thinks they have something special in their new Fable tablet. Matthew Growney of Isabella Products […]

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    The Microsoft Surface Hub Is an 84″ All-in-One That Means Business

    Microsoft has a new Surface and it’s, uh, a little bigger than the other ones. Like, seven times bigger. It’s the Microsoft Surface Hub, and it’s looking to make waves in the office as an all-in-one meeting centerpiece. At their Windows 10 press conference yesterday, Microsoft showed off the Surface Hub for the first time. […]

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    HP Pro Slate is a Giant HTC One with a Stylus, and We Approve

    HP has been making a concerted effort toward cornering the enterprise hardware market, going so far as to plan on spinning off their business-oriented unit into a separate company. We’ve seen some impressive business laptops come out of that focused effort, including the EliteBook Folio 1040, but mastering the tablet has been much more difficult, […]

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    ThinkPad Yoga Gets Updated, Now with 3D Depth Sensing Camera

    Refresh rates really are getting shorter and shorter. Despite getting a new ThinkPad Yoga 14 from Lenovo last fall, we’re already getting an updated version of that model, plus new 12.5″ and 15.6″ models. We’re mostly just getting spec bumps, although the 15.6″ model has an extra surprise—an optional Intel RealSense 3D camera. Being ThinkPads, […]

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    Watch As We Use a Pair of Scissors on the Yoga Tablet 2

    Lenovo released a ton of new Yoga tablets last fall, but only one is getting a refresh of sorts here at CES. The 8″ Yoga Tablet 2 running Windows 8.1 is the one getting the upgrade, but you won’t see it in the usual places—the specs are still the same as what was released in […]

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    Brinell Book 10 Makes the Tablet Luxurious

    It’s a little surprising we haven’t seen more of these up until now, but the luxury tablet market looks ready to bust out, for what that’s worth to you. The Brinell Book 10, like most luxury electronics, is a mid-range tablet swathed in the some seriously high-end materials that do give the tablet that luxury […]

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    Google Gives Target Shoppers a Sneek Peek into Project Tango

    Needless to say, there has been much consternation in the retail world about how to get people to actually come to stores in a world with Amazon Same-Day Delivery. It’s not easy. Target thinks they’ve found a way by partnering up with Google to make the trip out to their stores worthwhile, which is even […]

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    SMART kapp Is the Only Dry-Erase Board You Need

    In keeping with the beloved 21st century philosophy that there is nothing that can’t be improved with a little hardware and software, the old dry-erase board is getting scrubbed from existence. SMART kapp is making the dry-erase board something a little less impermanent, with a display you can save, share, and upload to Evernote. At […]

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    ShowerTunes is a Shower Curtain with Speakers

    It’s turning into a veritable horse race with all these shower-friendly speakers hitting the market, but not since the Kohler Moxie Bluetooth Showerhead of 2012 have we seen one as clever as ShowerTunes. ShowerTunes brings your music into the shower without taking up valuable shower real estate by tucking a speaker system into a shower […]