Tablets

by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted
Today at CES, Lenovo announced a full lineup of more than 40 new devices and solutions powered by AI, furthering the brand's vision of "AI for All." The announcements cover new AI innovations across Lenovo's series of Yoga, ThinkBook, ThinkPad, ThinkCentre, and Legion sub-brands, and more, to help make the computing experience more personal. Devices that Supercharge the Creative Process with AI Lenovo showcased its latest repertoire of new consumer devices, including Yoga AI laptops that supercharge the creative process, a tablet that invites
by Steven Wong ·Posted
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8, S8, and S8+ pushes mobile experiences to a new space. Designed with high-resolution screens, thin bezels, and a Dolby Atmos-enhanced quad speaker system delivering virtual surround sound and deep bass, the newest line of Galaxy Tab tablets delivers truly immersive entertainment experiences. However, all three Android tablets also work as hard as they play, with features that make multitasking and file sharing easy and seamless. Built for the whole family to enjoy, the
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
Thanks to an exhaustive catalog, Microsoft Surface is one of the most celebrated computer brands in the world. The Surface’s extensive lineup runs the full gamut of user experience, ensuring that, regardless of need, there is a Surface for everyone. The one issue with offering such a robust selection of devices is that customers are sometimes confused about which Surface is right for them. To make the decision a little easier, we’ve put together this fun and informative
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In this tutorial, we show you how to set up your Wacom Intuos Pro Creative Pen Tablet and customize its settings to suit your Photoshop needs. Are you a Wacom user? Watch this tutorial and get started! Click here to watch our tutorial on Photo Editing with the
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
Today, at its “Spring Loaded” event, Apple announced a swarm of new products and services, including major updates for some of its most popular devices, such as the iMac, Apple TV, and more. Here’s everything that was everything from today’s big event. AirTag Apple’s first product announcement was the debut of its long-awaited AirTag, an inconspicuous iPhone accessory that helps keep tabs on your most important
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted
Macs have long been the go-to choice for creative professionals. Still, even with that legendary legacy it’s easy to see that there are a few relatively common features that haven’t quite found their way into the latest Mac. Many users find a solution by adding various accessories, such as a drawing tablet or secondary display. However, I would argue there is a better choice—the iPad. The
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted
Photographers are a tricky bunch to shop for, especially those avid shooters who seemingly already have all the gear they need. Cameras, lenses, bags, tripods, and so on—it’s a tough task to find a photo-related gift for the photographer who already has it all. Here are some ideas for not-so-common gift options sure to please all types of photographers. Lensbaby Special Effects Lens Sure, your photographer has all the fastest, sharpest, and most exacting glass they need, but do they have the lens that excels in the world of soft focus, smooth
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted
This year has brought us a ton of Apple products. That’s not surprising. What is surprising is Apple announcing moving away from Intel’s x86 processors to its own custom ARM-based silicon. There is a lot to unpack here, especially for consumers who generally don’t need to know much about processors beyond, “Is this one faster than my old computer?” I’m not even saying most people need to understand the exact nuance between Apple and Intel silicon. A lot of this is
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
The Microsoft Surface Go 2 is good. Or, it’s great. Determining which depends largely on the user, perhaps more so than for any tablet I’ve ever reviewed. For that reason, I tend to think of the Surface Go 2 as being particular. It’s idiosyncratic. If your needs align with the Surface Go 2’s specific feature set, it’s nothing short of magic. If they don’t, then it’s less of a revelation, but still quite good. To determine where I fell on
by William Min ·Posted
Mobile business professionals looking to stay productive while on the go should consider the Lenovo ThinkBook 15. It features a 10th Gen 1.6 GHz Intel® Core™ i5-1021U quad-core processor and 8GB of 2666 MHz DDR4 RAM, providing the performance needed to run business and productivity apps quickly and efficiently. Its 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD allows for faster boot times. With Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) connectivity, you’ll be able to stay
by Staff Writer ·Posted
Well known for its wide array of graphics tablets and accessories for professionals, enthusiasts, and even newbies, Wacom is proud to announce the updated MobileStudio Pro 16. More than just your standard graphics tablet, it’s a full-fledged computer running Windows 10 Pro, offering content creators the performance and portability they need to work on the go. For color-sensitive tasks, it features a 15.6" display supporting up to 16.7
by Staff Writer ·Posted
Following the success of the Cintiq 16, Wacom is back with the Cintiq 22. Measuring 22.4 x 14.1" and larger than its predecessor, the Cintiq 22 is ideal for casual and professional users alike, who wish to work with a larger canvas. Aside from a few slight differences in size, viewing angles, connectivity—and, of course,
by Staff Writer ·Posted
Available in an exclusive run at B&H Photo, the Kanex Premium USB Type-C Hub will turn the 11" and 12.9" iPad Pro (3rd Gen) into a portable workstation. This hub connects to your compatible iPad Pro using an integrated USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C cable, which transfers data at speeds up to 5 Gb/s and supports the DisplayPort 1.2 standard. Connect external peripherals using a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port, which supports device charging, a
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
Wacom unveiled its updated Intuos Pro Pen & Touch Tablet today, which comes with a refreshed design, Bluetooth connectivity, and, best yet—the Wacom Pro Pen 2. I had the chance to spend a week with the new tablet and try out its updated features. Here's how it went. Design Out of the box, the first thing I noticed about the new Touch Tablet is that it's considerably smaller than its predecessor. The original measured in at 12.6 x 8.2 x 0.5
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
The iPad Pro is something of a paradox, in that it is simultaneously a luxury item and a necessity. At first glance, this doesn’t appear to be the case. The Pro seems more like the Bugatti of tablets, a gorgeous vehicle that’s too costly and too much car for a population that can easily get by with a nice mid-range sedan. But after a few