Windows Tablets

How To Extend The Life Of Your Device Cables

Everyone has mobile phones now and most of us are even sporting tablets and the one consistent thing for all of them is they need to be charged. If you are an Apple fan like my [...]

Notebook Pro: The Bee’s Knees of Tablet Writing Apps

I purchased a Surface 3, minus the fancy keyboard, to use as a tablet. One the many things I hope to do with this new device, thanks to it’s extraordinary N-trig pen,  is to finally wean [...]

Surface 3: First 100 Hours

It’s been a little over over four days since cutting the security seal on my new Surface 3 and thought it would be a good time to share some thoughts. As soon as I took the [...]

URBAN LEGEND DEBUNKED–Surface 3 Works Without The (Optional) Touch Keyboard

Despite what slick marketing and reviewers would have you think, the Surface 3 actually works without the (optional) keyboard attached. In fact, Microsoft went ahead and added a on-screen keyboard that you can use for typing. [...]

Battery Drain: Mobility’s Achilles Heel

So who has never had this happen. You slip your phone in your pocket, bag or case, knowing that it has about 78% worth of juice in it. A few hours later your out with friends [...]

UAG Intros Mil Spec Tough and Rugged Case for Microsoft Surface 3 Tablet

I want a Microsoft Surface 3 tablet but sadly, with three kids, I can’t justify spending the money on on right now. Someday I’ll get one I hope, and when I do I want a rugged [...]

Surface 3: It’s a Tablet Stupid!

  Unlike the big tech sites, we meager folks at Mobility Digest have to wait for pre-orders of new devices to be delivered before we can get our grubby paws on them. For me, that’s May [...]

WRITEit from Lenovo – A Close Up Look

This week Lenovo introduced another new software product they call WRITEit. It allows users to write using a stylus, or fork if your device has AnyPen, in any text block in virtually any program on a [...]

3:2 or 16:9–Which is Better?

With the new Surface 3 set to release in less than a month, this question is sure to come up. Yes, the Surface Pro 3 has been sporting the 3:2 aspect ratio for several months now, [...]

Will Windows 10 Lead To The Demise of Live Tiles?

Or, at least render them insignificant. Back in the Fall of 2010, Microsoft introduced the all new Windows Phone 7 OS with those fruity tiles. Live tiles, they called them. Having the ability to update on [...]