Tablets make the ultimate couch companion, but even the sharpest and most powerful slates are useless if they can't handle hours of Web surfing, gaming and video streaming. That's why we've compiled the longest-lasting tablets we've ever tested.
The Classic hits all the right notes for BlackBerry diehards, with a comfortable keyboard and long endurance.
Those on a budget might be surprised to learn just how much laptop you can get for less than $500 these days. Chromebooks are coming on strong, because they're easy to use, responsive and satisfy basic computing needs.
The BrydgeAir provides a comfortable typing experience in an elegant design, but the speakers aren't worth the premium.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2015 causes a larger drop in performance compared to other starter antivirus suites, but it boasts excellent malware protection and a host of helpful utilities.
The Logitech Type+ iPad Air keyboard case provides the best typing experience yet on an iPad keyboard.
Belkin's premium iPad Air keyboard provides a handy backlight, detachable design, and can also be used with your phone.
Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2015's excellent malware protection and outstanding privacy tools put it at the top of starter antivirus suites.
The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1 tablet offers a highly configurable chassis and military-grade durability to withstand abuse even in extreme environments.
The BlackBerry Passport fits more content on its wide screen than the competition and boasts awesome battery life, but the design is just too clunky and awkward.