Windows 8 has been in the market for just a little over a year, with a significant update, Windows 8.1 having rolled out in October. Microsoft is clearly pushing the operating system as hard as it can, but isn’t just focusing on the software end of things, but also trying to pin its hopes on new hybrid devices. The hybrid devices in question are essentially running on PC hardware, but come in the form factor of a tablet. The best part is, most of these hybrid devices ship with an attachable keyboard, turning them into full-fledged netbooks. These things are incredibly easy to lug around and give you the flexibility of using them as either laptops or tablets. If you’re looking to pick one up, here are our recommendations.
Microsoft Surface 2
There was already quite a lot to love about the original Surface Pro, be it the full HD screen or the top-notch configuration. However, people still managed to find a few things wrong with for them, Microsoft has now announced the Surface 2. Packing the latest Intel Core i5 Haswell chips and SSD storage of varying sizes and most of all, up to 8GB of RAM, the Surface Pro 2 can be a fit for pretty much all your daily needs, including some photo editing. This is the defacto hybrid to have your eyes on, setting the standard for what a Windows 8 hybrid should be all about.
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