Spring is a great time to pick up a new laptop, tablet, or smartphone for two reasons. One, manufacturers release many of the new devices revealed at CES and Mobile World Congress, including new high-end and flagship devices; and two, mom and dad have a day coming up, as do both college and high school grads.
Getting each the right device for their individual needs is the key. A laptop is not just a laptop, and while most can accomplish the same basic tasks, some are better suited for particular types of users. The same goes for smartphones and tablets.
The experts at NotebookReview, Brighthand, and TabletPCReview have tested the gear and know it all inside and out. Before buying that new gift tablet, laptop, or smartphone, consult their expertise to make the best possible decision for moms, dads, and grads.
Best Cheap Laptops for Moms, Dads and Grads
Just about everyone appreciates a new computer. That’s something to keep in mind for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or for graduation this Spring. Even if you haven’t figured out the perfect gift for your loved one, we’re here to help you find that perfect laptop for those family members who mean so much to you.
Best Tablets Under $300 for Moms, Dads and Grads
There are surprisingly good tablets available for under $300, and some much less. TabletPCReview recommends the ones that make the best gifts this spring.
Moms, Dads & Grads: What Is the Best Smartphone?
Smartphones are not all alike, nor are smartphone users. Subtle differences in the design, user interface, and services make some smartphones better suited for certain tasks than others, while the demands on moms, dads, and grads vary significantly.
How to Get Out of a Wireless Contract Without Paying Early Termination Fees
Early termination fees are slowly becoming a thing of the past, but for those still suffering under the yolk of restriction, Brighthand has some suggestions on how to get out of a cellular contract without hurting your wallet.
Best Tablets for College Students
Not too long ago, every student wanted a laptop to do their homework, but then tablets came along, so now an iPad is more likely to be at the top of their list of school supplies. Laptops certainly still have a place, but tablets have found a market among people who like tablets’ very small and light designs, long battery lives, and simplicity.