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Unlike the red-hot smartphone market that continues to grow, with new models appearing at a blistering rate, the tablet market is, well….a little boring. Apple still releases a few iPads every year, and Microsoft’s efforts with its Surface products has sparked some interest in Windows tablets, but Android tablets just do not seem to be a priority for OEMs, especially at the high-end of the price scale. There have been a few notable products released over the past few months, though, including a new premium Android tablet, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3, to compete with the iPads. Samsung also announced a new Windows 10 tablet at MWC 2017, the Galaxy Book, which focuses on productivity and the enterprise. Apple also made a few changes to its iPad...

Overclocking the FC-PGA Celeron

Armed with a handful of 0.18-micron Celeron CPUs, we investigate the performance discrepancies that exist between the Pentium III and the Celeron as well as take these babies to...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/17/2000

Buyer's Guide - March 2000

Building a new system? Confused about exactly what to get? Let the first edition of the AnandTech Buyer's Guide help you with your purchase.

0 by Mike Andrawes on 3/28/2000

Chipset Guide

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2 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/1/1997

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