The Surface Pro 8 has slimmed down bezels and a higher thermal envelope, making it a reinvention inside and out.
Microsoft's Surface Duo has 5G and stronger performance due to the Snapdragon Qualcomm 888 processor. That's on top of several minor changes to make it feel more premium.
HP is releasing a 16-inch HP Spectre x360 and a new 11-inch tablet to refresh its lineup ahead of Windows 11.
The Microsoft Surface Book 3 (15-inch) is a pricey machine in a class of its own, but its performance is lacking.
The Surface Go 2 has a bigger screen, longer battery life and better performance than its predecessor, but it gets expensive once you step above the base model.
Next to a heap of upgrades, Apple's new iPad Pro also comes with trackpad support and a new keyboard accessory.
CutiePi is an open-source tablet built around a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite that could debut by the end of this year.
MySmartPrice found new Eurasian Economic Commission filings related to a pair of new iPad models that could debut later this year.
Apple quietly refreshed the iPad Air and iPad Mini lines today, significantly boosting their power with its A12 Bionic processors.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 6 is still the best detachable 2-in-1 around with a beautiful display and solid battery life, but its port selection is stuck in the past.
Microsoft updated its Surface Go tablet, which debuted earlier this year as a smaller counterpart to the Surface and Surface Pro, with LTE connectivity.
The 10” tablet packs surprisingly high-end specs, including a near-2K screen and Wacom EMR-based pen input.
The update also includes the ability to use two apps at once as well as improved Doze functionality that further extends the battery life.
HP updated its premium Envy laptop and 2-in-1 lineup with 4K display options, Intel Iris Graphics and freshly-minted 7th generation AMD APU options for the x360.
We were skeptical going into Canonical's booth at Mobile World Congress, but the company's Ubuntu Core "convergence" experience running on middling mobile hardware was impressive.
At MWC, Lenovo announced three new Android-based tablets in its Tab3 Series. The new line includes the Tab3 10, Tab3 7 and Tab3 8.
Lenovo revealed its Yoga 710, 510 and Ideapad Miix 310 devices at Mobile World Congress. All three products are set to release this summer.