A tougher Gorilla Glass 5 is announced by Corning

If you don’t put a protector on your tablet or smartphone screen and it has survived drops, slips, or being shoved into bags, purses, or pockets full junk, you can probably thank Corning. The New York based company, know as Corning Glass Works until 1989, when it became just Corning, has been manufacturing glass and ceramic … Read more

Dragon Touch X10 review: Decent 10″ Android performance

Dragon Touch X10

Android tablets are getting less expensive day by day, and the Dragon Touch X10 offers up decent Android performance for not at lot of money. This tablet is closely related to the Dragon Touch i10X Windows tablet in form. While its not rocking the latest Android version, this tablet still has its uses. Read on … Read more

Dragon Touch i10X review: Cheap yet solid Windows 10 tablet

Dragon Touch

We’re very aware that not everyone who reads Techaeris is working within the same budget or needs parameters. This is why we try and bring a variety of reviews on products from all sorts of budget tiers. The Dragon Touch i10X is a cheap yet solid Windows 10 tablet and this is the full review. … Read more

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Coming To Canada Next Week


Samsung’s latest two-in-one device, the Galaxy TabPro S, is already available in the U.S. and is now available for pre-order in Canada. If you’ve missed hearing about it, the TabPro S is the first Galaxy device to run Windows 10 Professional, and includes a full-size ergonomic keyboard with trackpad, and a 12″ Super AMOLED touch … Read more

iPad Pro 9.7 Review: Is It Worth The Upgrade From Your Current iPad?


Last year Apple announced a whole new iPad dubbed “iPad Pro.” It was Apple’s biggest iPad out there coming in at 12.9 inches. This year, Apple came out with the same iPad Pro moniker, but with a smaller screen. 9.7 inches to be more specific. A few things have been changed with the newest iPad … Read more

Researchers Create Braille Tablet For The Blind


Researchers at the University of Michigan have created a braille tablet using pneumatics tech where air or fluid is used to create braille words. Blind users can use a computer that creates braille line by line and that is a very useful tool in of itself, but this tablet would work much like a Kindle or … Read more

[MWC 2016] Lenovo Adds New YOGA And ideapad MIIX Devices To Consumer PC Line


Rounding out Lenovo’s big MWC 2016 announcements are some additions to the YOGA and ideapad MIIX devices to their consumer lineup. We’ve been fortunate enough to review a lot of Lenovo’s consumer PC lineup and for the most part we’ve been impressed. Check out the full press release below to see the new additions to … Read more

[MWC 2016] Lenovo Adds TAB3 Mobile Devices To Consumer Tablet Family


Lenovo has also announced at MWC 2016 some new additions to its tablet lineup in the form of the TAB3 family. This tablet family will be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and there will be three distinct models available. One geared towards the business user coming in with a 10″ screen and the others geared towards … Read more

NexDock Turns Your Portable Device Into A Laptop


With Windows 10, Microsoft introduced Continuum which allows users to connect a supported Windows 10 smartphone to a monitor using a special dock which transforms it into a full fledged PC experience. Nex Computer has announced NexDock, a 14-inch monitor with built-in battery and Bluetooth keyboard which turns Windows 10 smartphones, tablets, mini PCs — think Raspberry … Read more

Acer Aspire R14 Review: A Strong Hybrid Competitor


The laptop PC market is taking a turn into multi-tasking hybrid computing and with each new model they’re getting thinner, lighter and stronger in performance. Lenovo has been one of the market leaders in hybrid laptops and Acer is looking to give them a bit of competition and they’ve done fairly well with the Acer … Read more

Tabulate Smart Case Review: Rethinking The Mobile Device Case

A lot of us have a love/hate relationship with cases. More often than not, we slap them on our smartphones and tablets because we feel have to, not because we want to. In doing so we begrudgingly hide our beautifully designed and crafted gadgets so that we may preserve and protect them. Some have opted … Read more

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro Review: A 10″ Tablet With Built-in Projector


Tablets have been largely hit or miss over the past couple years, especially with the growing popularity of larger smartphone phablets. In order to stay relevant, companies are definitely having to try harder to set themselves apart from other tablets on the market. Lenovo first introduced the addition of a hinge for multiple modes on … Read more

[CES 2016] Acer Announces Iconia One 8 Android Tablet For Families


With the increasing availability of larger smartphones — phablets — and tablets, smaller 7″ and 8″ tablets are less popular. Smaller tablets however, are considerably cheaper and more kid friendly and Acer has announced an 8″ Android tablet aimed at families with a simplified user interface, pre-screened content appropriate for children, and parental controls. Featuring … Read more

[CES 2016] Lenovo Introduces Modular ThinkPad X1 Tablet; Updates Think X1 Family


Lenovo has unveiled its newly expanded ThinkPad X1 line of computers. One of the new additions is the ThinkPad X1 Tablet with a unique Ultra Connect modular design which offers additional functionality through simple optional clip-on modules — something no other tablet currently offers. ThinkPad X1 Tablet As mentioned above, the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet … Read more

Lenovo YOGA 900 Review: Style And Substance

Laptops come in many shapes and sizes. Many are relatively plain, ordinary devices, but it doesn’t have to be so! Hardware can be interesting, flashy even. The Lenovo YOGA 900 is a perfect example of exciting design on top of capable hardware. This Lenovo YOGA 900 review will delve into just how well a laptop … Read more

Android Tablets May Be Getting Split Screen View Soon

Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Sorry, let me calm my inner fanboy down for a minute. Good news for folks who use Android tablets because you might be receiving a split screen option some time in the near future. Thursday, during a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), the team who created the Pixel C let loose … Read more

Kurio Smart Review: A Full Windows 2-in-1 For Kids


While there are a few Windows tablets out there, there aren’t many that you’d feel comfortable handing off to your child to mess around with. Kurio, maker of the Xtreme Android tablets for kids, have recently released a full Windows 2-in-1 tablet/laptop geared specifically for kids ages 6 and up. The Kurio Smart is designed … Read more

Kurio Xtreme 2 Review: A Kid-Tough, Kid-Friendly Android Tablet Priced Right


There’s no question that Android tablets have gained increased popularity over the past few years. Initially targeted at adults, if you have kids, then these tablets most likely see just as much – if not more – use from your kids as well. The problem with Android tablets in general has been managing the content … Read more

Acer Aspire R11 Review: Can A Low Priced Convertible Laptop Deliver?

Some reviews are harder to write than others. Not only because you like a specific brand or because you end up being disappointed with something you were excited to spend some time using, but because the entire inefficacy may not even rest with the manufacturer. Of course all that has to be put aside and … Read more

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8″ Review: Affordable And Different Than The Competition


Lenovo first announced the Yoga Tablet back in October 2013 and the line sure has come a long way. Lenovo even went to Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher for “engineering” the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro. Continuing on with the next generation, Lenovo unveiled the Yoga Tablet 3 8 inch at IFA last month along with a 10 … Read more

Amazon’s $50 Tablet Can Now Run The Full Google App Store With A Simple Workaround

If you’re like me, your excitement about Amazon’s $50 Fire Tablet lasted right up to the point it became clear that your app and general content will be limited to Amazon’s Store offerings. That is not to say that Amazon doesn’t offer some quality choices but it still lacks some core apps and services, including … Read more

Rumor: Microsoft Surface Pro 4 May Have “Smart” Size-Adjusting Screen

Surface 4 Concept

One of the very very… very few thing that we can all agree on is that we hate bezels. A necessary evil that surrounds our beautiful radiant screens, framing and protecting them. With tablets especially, bezels also provide an area to place our fingers to avoid accidental interactions with the screen and keep greasy pizza sauce off … Read more

KD Interactive Updates Kid Safe Android Tablet, Releases Windows Version


It seems that kids are getting into tablets sooner and sooner, and it’s not easy to hand over a $300+ tablet to a kid to manhandle and potentially drop and break. KD Interactive previously released the Kurio Xtreme that turned into a best-selling, award-winning Android tablet for kids. The company has not only announced an … Read more

Alcatel Beats Samsung To Ridiculously Oversized Tablet Territory with the 17.3″ Xess

Alcatel Xess 17.3"

After circulating rumors, leaks, and photos of the alleged oversized Samsung tablet we were officially greeted today with a… 17.3 inch Alcatel tablet? The French OEM took the time at IFA to show off their upcoming Xess tablet. This is not the first slate to come with a crazy dilated screen. Microsoft and Lenovo have products in … Read more

Dell Venue 10 7000 Review: This Is The Android “Laptop” You’re Looking For


We’ve reviewed our fair share of tablets here at Techaeris, including a couple from Dell. When Dell’s 10″ tablet option arrived on my doorstep and I opened it up, I was instantly impressed and couldn’t wait to put it through its paces. Our Dell Venue 10 7000 review takes a look at this Android tablet, … Read more