Dragon Touch's budget-friendly tablet, the Max10 Plus, just got a major upgrade in nearly every single way possible. Here is my comprehensive review.
There's nothing more annoying than clicks and other mouth noises in audio recordings. You may be able to eliminate many of them using De-Click plugins.
I was searching for a stand that would hold my tablet firmly in place while allowing its position and angle to be adjusted. AboveTEK's TS-116W appeared to be the best option.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A is a great low-cost tablet. It comes with an 8-inch screen, Dolby Atmos sound, and the Google Play Store. It has many advantages over Amazon Fire Tablets.
The Simbans PicassoTab is an entry-level drawing tablet that is perfect for children and casual artists.
Many consumers find themselves choosing between an iPad and a normal laptop, and the introduction of iPadOS has brought the two product categories closer than ever. In most cases, I advise choosing a laptop.
Should you buy a Kindle? When people ask me what device has brought the most value to my life, I always respond with the simple answer, "my Kindle." This article explains why the Kindle is such a useful device for those interested in reading.
The Meco Stylus Pen for iPad is a digital pen that can draw, write, and take notes. An economic alternative to the Apple Pencil with a pen-like 0.1mm tip, rapid response time, and comfortable feel in your hand. Great for writers and artists and works with new 2018-2020 iPad & iPad Pro.
The iPad Pro is not a cheap iPad, so is it worth the extra money? What can you do on an iPad Pro that you can't do on an iPad Air or an iPad Mini? Let's find out.
Safari's Reader View for iPhone and iPad is one of the browser's best features for reading online. Find out why iOS users love it, and learn how to use it to your advantage.
Amazon Prime Music is the newest addition to the site's services. I decided to dive right in and try it on my Kindle. Read this review to find out more!
Printing from an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch is easier than you might think. You may already have everything you need. Here's what you need to know.
Once you learn how to record your iPad screen, you will be able to create your own iPad tutorials and app demonstrations. Here's how to get started with your first screencast.
Connecting your iPad Air or iPad Mini to a TV is pretty simple. You just have to decide whether you want to connect with cables (HDMI adapter) or wirelessly (Apple TV Airplay). Not sure? Read on!