The Surface Go doesn't offer great performance, but runs Windows 10 in a small well put-together package that starts at $400 with no keyboard. If you're a Windows devotee, the Go is certainly worth a look.
Today we're looking closely at the first Snapdragon 835 device running Windows: the HP Envy x2. Having used it for a few weeks, there's a lot of things HP did well to make this a hardware experience to rival the Microsoft Surface.
Apple is aiming at education with the new 2018 sixth generation iPad. A faster A10 chipset and the addition of Apple Pencil support is what makes it different from last year's model. At $329, the new iPad is arguably the best sub-$500 tablet around. Read the initial reviews.
Apple launches new iPad with Pencil support, aims at schools with $299 price point and 200GB free iCloud storage
Acer's brand new and very interesting Switch 7 is a high-end tablet with a kickstand and detachable keyboard. Making this 13.5" tablet unique are its fanless internals that include a quad core i7-8550U and discrete GeForce MX150 graphics.
For a first-generation product, the Eve V is remarkably solid. It's especially impressive when you consider its direct competition - the Surface Pro - is well entrenched in the Windows tablet market and known to be an excellent option. From my experience with the Eve V so far, it's not just a great competitor to the Surface Pro: it is a better option in several ways.