Tablets

iPad mini 3 review

When Apple introduced the iPad mini 3 last month, the Internet was aghast with its level of… sameness. While the iPad Air 2 got slimmer, more powerful, and eliminated the…

Nexus 9 review

It’s impossible to talk about the Nexus 9 without acknowledging just how far Android has come. While its phone counterpart, the Nexus 6, will likely herald more consumer fanfare, the…

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review

How is Samsung like New York City? Well, it’s practically city-sized; it never sleeps; and it’s constantly trying to reinvent itself to stay ahead of the game. Shaky similes aside,…

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 review

There were moments during my two-week period with the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2, the biggest and most expensive tablet on the market, when I thought, “Huh, this could probably replace…

Asus Transformer Book Trio review

In the computing word, the term “hybrid” is often synonymous with “compromise” or “expense”. In the case of the Asus Transformer Book Trio, neither applies: it is a fully-capable computer…

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 review

In many ways, I’m glad Amazon took its time bringing the Kindle Fire series of tablets Canada. Now in its third generation, Kindle is a brand both mature and distinguished…

LG G Pad 8.3 review

LG had a pretty great 2013, releasing its best two smartphones to date, the G2 and Nexus 5, and one of the best Android tablets on the market. Too bad,…

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) Review

The Galaxy Note 10.1 successor, aptly titled “2014 Edition,” is the best Android tablet you can buy, as long as money isn’t a concern. It’s fast and fluid, with a…

Asus MeMo Pad HD 7 review

What can a $159 tablet get you these days? Quite a bit, if you’re willing to take the plunge. The king of low-cost Android tablets, and the manufacturer of the…

Nexus 7 (2013) Review

Whereas most movie sequels are met with dread as the release approaches, the second iteration of a piece of tech is usually more warmly received. Apple has made a cottage…