Productivity on the Move: The Best Business Tablets of 2017 | Sci-Tech Today

Buying the best business tablet for your needs can help revolutionize productivity, allowing you to remain productive while out and about, without having to lug heavy gear around.

1. Microsoft Surface Pro

While Microsoft didn’t call this year’s tablet the Surface Pro 5, in many ways it’s a sequel to the Surface Pro 4 (which also features on our list of the best business tablets), with a 32% increase in battery life – according to our benchmarks — as well as a refined design that remains thin and light, while also providing plenty of power. The new and improved Surface Pen and Type Cover makes this a brilliant business tablet that can be used as a laptop replacement, and it comes in a range of specifications, which makes choosing the right model for your business (and personal) needs easy.

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Hands-on: HP’s Envy x2 is a Surface clone boasting 20 hours of battery life

HP’s Envy X2 is the first Windows tablet to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the same battery-sipping processor powering your cell phone. We go hands on.

The HP Envy x2 joins a growing cohort of Surface Pro clones, but with one big difference: Inside it is a Snapdragon 835, offering battery life of up to 20 hours. We spent a little time with it at the Qualcomm Technology Forum to see what a new chip would do in an established category.

Source: Hands-on: HP’s Envy x2 is a Surface clone boasting 20 hours of battery life

12 Days of Deals – Microsoft Holiday Sales, Deals and Savings – Microsoft Store

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Get the best holiday gifts for less. From Dec. 6-17, our 12 Days of Deals gives you special one-day only savings on the technology topping everyone’s list.

Source: 12 Days of Deals – Microsoft Holiday Sales, Deals and Savings – Microsoft Store

Introducing Surface Book 2, the most powerful Surface Book ever

Microsoft Surface Book 2

Surface Book 2 removes the barrier between the desktop and the laptop by giving mobile professionals the power of a desktop, the versatility of a tablet, and the freedom of a light and thin laptop in one beautifully designed device.

Whether you’re a developer, a digital artist, a designer, or an accountant, you can bring your ideas to life anywhere, because Surface Book 2 is a portable powerhouse.

We made no compromises building the most powerful Surface laptop ever. When the team talks about Surface Book 2 they call it Beauty and the Beast. Gorgeous design meets unstoppable power in this laptop.

With the latest 8th Gen Intel Core processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 and 1060 discrete graphics options, Surface Book 2 is up to five times more powerful than the original and is twice as powerful as the latest MacBook Pro. All this power and Surface Book 2 still provides all-day battery life – up to 17 hours of video playback. That’s 70% more than the latest MacBook Pro.

Source:  Introducing Surface Book 2, the most powerful Surface Bookever – Microsoft Devices BlogMicrosoft Devices Blog

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Microsoft’s new Surface Precision Mouse adds the extra buttons you’ve always wanted

Microsoft’s existing Surface Mouse is by all accounts excellent, but if you’re someone who prefers more functionality from your mouse than just a left click, right click, and a scroll wheel, you’ve been out of luck with the company’s Surface-branded gear.

The company’s newly announced Surface Precision Mouse should help fill that gap with a device that looks to marry the simple comfort of the original Surface Mouse with the more advanced customization of something like Logitech’s MX Master S2.

Source: Microsoft’s new Surface Precision Mouse adds the extra buttons you’ve always wanted – The Verge

Microsoft’s Panos Panay responds to reports that Surface is dying

To the guy that heads up Microsoft’s Surface products, the idea that the company is going to kill off its line of computers and tablets is laughable. “It’s so far from the truth,”

 

Panos Panay, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of devices, said on Monday, calling the notion the “tabloid rumor of the week.”

Source: Microsoft’s Panos Panay responds to reports that Surface is dying – Business Insider

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