Shopping for tablets? These slates are so small, sleek, and thin, they'd give any top models a run for their money. Check out our comparison chart.
The thinnest and lightest small tablets - CNET
AirVR wants to make virtual reality accessible to iOS device owners by mounting iPhones and iPads right in front of their eyes.
Samsung's new phablet sets itself apart from all others on the market with a screen that curves over the right edge of the device, with a sort of infinity pool effect.
We've rounded up a few cases with refreshing design tweaks to spruce up your current iPad or help protect your new purchase. They might not all be your cup of tea, but they offer a few fresh features to liven up your case options.
Apple iPad cases with a twist - CNET
The Galaxy Tab 4 Nook hardware is identical to the existing 7-inch Galaxy Tab 4, which lists for $199, but is widely available for $20 less. In fact, there's not even any Barnes & Noble branding on the device, only on the box.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook Preview - CNET
Want a tablet with long-lasting battery life? Here's a round up of the tablets that lasted the longest during lab tests.
Tablets with the best battery life - CNET
30 best iPad games (pictures) - CNET - Page 22
Even if you only want your tablet to be powerful and pragmatic, you have to admit that a thin tablet has its advantages. Thin tablets, after all, are sleeker, sexier, and easier to handle.
Thinnest (and lightest) large tablets - CNET
AT&T's $150 on-contract price for the 7-inch LG G Pad LTE tablet isn't bad any way you look at it. But if you're planning to buy an LG phone at the same time, it's even better -- just $1 starting August 8, when you pick up the LG G3, LG G2, or LG G Flex.
LG G Pad 7.0 LTE Preview - CNET
Throwback Thursday to when the iPad ran on the great-great-great grandfather of iOS 8. See how we reviewed iOS 3.2 in 2010: cnet.co/1u1FOOJ