Dell Tablets at Bargain Prices

The Dell Venue 7 is a heck of a buy for a brand-name Android tablet, says Walt Mossberg, but if you can spare more money, you’ll get a better experience in a more expensive small tablet.
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Tablet Buyer’s Wi-Fi Goof

Walt answers a question from a reader who unintentionally bought a Wi-Fi-only tablet: Can it be activated for 4G cellular service?

E-Reader vs. iPad

Which is a better reader for all types of light: The Kindle Paperwhite or the iPad?

Speed and Power Packed Into a Thin iPad Air

This new iPad isn’t a radical rethinking of what a tablet can be, but it’s a major improvement on a successful product, says Walt. And it’s the best tablet he’s ever reviewed.
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Kindle Fire HDX: A More Helpful Tablet

The most unusual feature of the Kindle Fire HDX is its Mayday button, but a better help system isn’t exactly the prime reason to buy a new tablet.
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The Iconia W3: A Windows Tablet Aimed for a Mini Market

With the Iconia W3, an 8-inch tablet that can be easily held with one hand, Acer is making a new attempt to dent the tablet market dominated by Apple’s iPad.
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Shut Down or Sleep?

Which is better: Shutting down a computer or putting it in sleep mode? Walt answers a reader’s question.

Dell Laptop Does Flips to Try to Be a Thick Tablet

The latest attempt at a convertible laptop comes from Dell and is especially creative, and even kind of cool, says Walt.
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New Flipboard: News and Posts Handpicked and Shared

A new second generation of Flipboard allows users to create and share their own handsome digital magazines with a few clicks and without any design talent required, says Walt.
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How Much of a Tablet Can You Get for Under $300?

Walt looks at two large tablets for under $300: the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD and the Asus MeMo Pad Smart 10.1.
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Surface Pro: Hefty Tablet Is a Laptop Lightweight

Sometimes They’re Tablets, Sometimes They’re Not

2013: Talk Gets Cheaper, TV Gets Smarter

Making Sense of All the New Laptop Flavors

Getting a Tablet With a Lot of Memory

Sizing Up the New iPad Mini

Hardworking Tablet With PC Chops

Windows Pushes Into the Tablet Age

Kindle Fire HD Is Better but It Isn’t the Best Color Tablet

New Samsung Tablet Offers a Stylus and a Split Screen

From Google, the Toughest Challenger to the iPad

Two Screens Aren’t Better Than One for Sony Tablet P

Walt Mossberg and Lauren Goode Talk New iPad on WSJ Digits

New iPad: A Million More Pixels Than HDTV

The Writing on the Tablet