Tablet

by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 06/14/2021
Apple announced a ton of new software at this year’s WWDC keynote address, including a detailed preview of the next iPad operating system, iPadOS 15. Focusing heavily on productivity enhancements and better multitasking, iPadOS 15 promises to elevate the power and performance of your iPad with a bevy of helpful new features, updates, and enhancements. Here are the features we think will benefit users the most.
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 04/29/2021
Apple is all in on the M-series chips. At the “Spring Loaded” event on April 22, Apple revealed multiple products that contain the M1 processor. The iMac was a sensible and expected reveal, but the iPad Pro with M1 came out of nowhere. We are quite literally able to access the performance and power of a computer
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 08/20/2020
Apple has constantly been releasing new ads and commercials proclaiming that “your next computer is not a computer.” Honestly, every time Apple has said that, I’ve been hoping that the spokesperson was right. I have always enjoyed using my classic 9.7" iPad Pro when I’m commuting, or even in the office, for taking notes or drafting an article. With the 2018 and 2020 generations of iPad Pros, the upcoming iPadOS 14, and the new Magic Keyboard with Trackpad, can it finally be the
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 03/25/2021
Although studies show that remote work is beneficial to employees and employers, there are definitely some challenges involved. How do I set up my virtual office? What are some best practices for maintaining productivity? What kind of computer equipment do I need? To answer that last one, we’ve put together a list of our favorite work-from-anywhere laptops. These computers will help you get the most out of working remotely, no matter what you’re working on or where you’re
by Cris Silvestri ·Posted 04/29/2020
If you have shopped for a laptop or tablet in the last decade, you have definitely come across the Microsoft Surface lineup. Debuting in 2012, the Surface filled a niche into which we didn't know we'd foray: a small tablet-sized computer that promised to be a replacement for bulky laptops. Its success was not immediate. The original Surface was riddled with problems, and not well received by the tech community, but so was the original iPad. Microsoft knew it was on to something, and in the subsequent years, the company has created a brand that
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 03/26/2020
Whether you’re a curious newcomer, a hobbyist, or an experienced professional, Huion’s pen tablets let users express themselves on the canvas with ease. Aside from having programmable express keys, the tablets can come with a smooth stylus with up to 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity and ±60° tilt support. For starters, the Huion Inspiroy H1161 graphics tablet features a large working area of 11 x 6.875". With this size, new and
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 03/18/2020
Today, Apple announced two major product releases: the all-new iPad Pro and MacBook Air. Both devices feature significant spec upgrades and performance boosts, on top of some intriguing, and quite possibly revolutionary, new technologies. Let’s take a look at each! First up is the new iPad Pro, which, like last year’s model, is available in
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 01/09/2020
Folding and flexible displays are now a reality. First it was phones and, now, the tech is coming to computers. Lenovo showed off an early version of a foldable PC last year, and currently the company has a product scheduled to launch later this year: the ThinkPad X1 Fold. We saw it and we like it. As someone who has a tablet and laptop, and sometimes is forced to choose between one or the other, the idea of one device that does it all is very appealing. The
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 01/07/2020
Today, Wacom announced its latest pen display, the Wacom One. This 13.3" tablet is a powerful tool for beginners and professionals, one that offers a seamless pen experience and rich feature set that’s great for work or play. As mentioned, the Wacom One’s display measures in at 13.3", with an active drawing area of 11.6 x 6.5". This is an ideal work space, because it allows users to work on regular-sized projects with ease. The
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 12/24/2019
The first thing you should know about the new Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 is that it’s probably the most powerful pen tablet on the market. Wacom calls it a “pen computer,” which might be more apt, considering the MobileStudio Pro functions as a stand-alone Windows 10 device. But whatever the name, whatever you want to call it, the fact remains that the MobileStudio Pro 16 is an absolute powerhouse. So much so, it’s basically without
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 12/10/2019
Military Grade. Maximum Strength. Ford Tough. These are words and phrases we’ve all seen a million times. They’re used to characterize our gear, our gadgets, the pills we take, and the cars we drive. In many cases, they don’t really mean anything. They’re metaphorical marketing, hyperbolic hype words. They’re meant to convey the quality of a thing without being held to any particular standard. And lately, another one of these questionable qualifiers has popped up: Pro. Look around. Pro is everywhere. It’s in the names of our consumer
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 07/25/2019
One of the most notable announcements from WWDC 2019, even including the reveal of the new Mac Pro, was the announcement of iOS 13 and iPadOS. Hear that? iPad is getting its own distinct operating system that will bring enhanced capabilities. What kind of changes, you ask? This overhaul will transform the iPad into its most powerful iteration yet, and iPadOS brings it one step closer to being a laptop replacement for many, including me. 
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 06/15/2019
Great news for artists and annotators: Wacom has just announced the all-new Bamboo Ink Plus. This ergonomic, pencil-like stylus allows users to write and draw on any compatible Windows Ink-enabled device. Designed to replicate the sensation of working with real-life pencil and paper, the Bamboo Ink Plus features natural tilt support and up to 4,096 level of pressure sensitivity. This level of touch responsiveness means even the slightest
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 06/03/2019
Today, in San Jose, Apple kicked off its yearly World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). Per usual, the event began with a keynote from Tim Cook and company. In the address, we got a preview of several exciting technologies, including the next iteration of iOS, a revamped tvOS, and the all-new Mac Pro. Here's the rundown of everything Apple unveiled. tvOS First up, Apple previewed tvOS 13, the latest update of the operating system behind Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD. This new OS, which will be available this fall as a free update for Apple TV
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 05/10/2019
Like many people, my everyday carry items revolve largely around work: the things I need for my daily commute or the items that help me perform my job more effectively. I spend a lot of time writing and researching, so I need items that facilitate both. Plus, my time on the subway isn’t inconsequential or without challenges, so I need gear to help me along the way. To get me through it all, here are my essential everyday carry items. Apple iPhone X Regardless of who you or are what you do, most people benefit from a smartphone. For me, it’s