• The New iPad Review
    The New iPad Review
  • Top 5 Tablets For Under $200
    Top 5 Tablets For Under $200
  • Simple Kindle Fire Tips and Tricks
    Simple Kindle Fire Tips and Tricks

Welcome to Slate Tablet Reviews

Welcome to Slate Tablet Reviews where you can find the latest information, news and reviews on the latest and best Slate Tablet PCs currently on the market.

recommended
single_review

The New iPad Review

The New iPad Review When the new iPad was announced, many rightfully assumed it would be called the iPad 3 yet instead, Apple choose to call it the new iPad. We’ve been using the new iPad since...

recommended
single_review

Top 5 Tablets For Under $200

Top Tablets For Under $200 If you're in the market for some cheap top tablets, keep reading. Tablets are now becoming important computer accessories for us to have in the home or office as such...

recommended
single_review

Simple Kindle Fire Tips and Tricks

8 Simple Kindle Fire Tips and Tricks If you’ve just grabbed yourself a Kindle Fire from Amazon, you’re probably still getting use to the unique interface, which is a little different from many...

recommended
single_review

8 Tips and Tricks For Your New iPad

New iPad Tips and Tricks Whether you’ve just returned home after waiting in-line all morning at the Apple Store or luckily enough to sign deliver of your new iPad, the latest generation of the...

Infographic: iPad vs. iPad 2 vs. New iPad

iPad Comparison When the iPad was first announced back in January 2010, no one really knew how revitalizing the tablet market would become such a success for Apple. Two years later, the iPad remains the number one tablet to have with over 84 million iPad units sold so far (as of 31 March 2012). The popularity of smartphones and tablets have driven the surge for our need to be able to do anything on the move. Since the iPad was released, other manufactures have followed...

Read More...

Mini iPad On The Way?

Is Apple Working on an 7.85-inch Mini iPad? Apple is currently in the lab working on a Mini iPad according to John Gruber. Apparently a prototype of the device is in Cupertino labs, which has a 7.85-inch display.  Of course, this is just speculation but since Amazon launched the “budget-friendly” Kindle Fire tablet which packs an 7-inch display with some success during Q4 2011, maybe Apple are thinking about targeting this end of the market with a cheaper and smaller...

Read More...

The New iPad Just a Little Too Hot?

New iPad Overheating? The new iPad hasn’t been out that long but there are already reports that some new iPad owners are finding their new tablet are overheating during normal usage. Apple have so far maintained that the new iPad doesn’t suffer from any overheating issues but a Chinese user  has demonstrated that the device does get hotter than previous iPads by posting photos using a thermal camera. The user compared the operating temperatures of the iPad 2 next to...

Read More...

Tablet Market Share Breakdown for Q4 2011

Tablet Market Share Breakdown for Q4 2011 IDC, a research firm recently released tablet market share data for the fourth quarter of 2011 and surprise surprise, Apple comes out on top with 54.7% of the market. With a strong debut for Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Apple market share actually fell from 61.5% in the previous quarter, while Amazon impressively captured 16.8% of the market. "Amazon's widely-reported entry into the media tablet market with a $199, 7-inch product...

Read More...

Google Nexus Tablet for $149?

Google Nexus Tablet for $149? Rumour has it that Google will release their own Nexus Tablet with a target price of between $149 to $199. The price range would put it in directly competition with Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, which currently retails for $199. According to Android and Me, Google have chosen ASUS to produce their upcoming tablet device, which will come with a 7-inch display. No specs are currently available on Google’s own tablet but the Internet giant plans...

Read More...

Google Branded Android Tablet

Google To Release Their Own Branded Android Tablet? Google is rumored to release their own branded tablet according to a DisplaySearch analyst. If the rumors are true, production is scheduled to start in April with between 1.5 – 2 million being made. Richard Shim who is an analyst with DisplaySearch thinks the Google branded tablet will have 7-inch display with 1280x800 resolution. This would put the rumored tablet in direct competition with Amazon’s Kindle Fire...

Read More...

PlayBook 2.0 OS Update

PlayBook 2.0 OS Update Finally Available After keeping PlayBook owners waiting patiently for almost a year, RIM finally release an update to the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet operating system. The free PlayBook 2.0 update finally adds better built-in functions for email, calendar and contacts. The update also sees better integration with popular social networks such as LinkedIn and Twitter. An interesting feature that comes with the PlayBook 2.0 update is BlackBerry...

Read More...