Microsoft Windows 8 Tablets
When you think technology, the first word that comes to mind is Microsoft. The reason why they dominate your senses is that they really are the forerunners in the commercial manufacture and distribution of PCs, laptops, operating systems and such. Now, they are also thriving in the competitive market of tablets and eReaders.Windows 8 Tablets and e-Readers
Since the release of Windows 10, many have expressed their likes and dislikes for the operating system. A majority of Windows loyalists are still attesting that Windows 8 is still the best. The reason for this is that Windows 8 did not really take up that much CPU usage – a huge complaint against the free Windows 10 update. For Microsoft tablets and eReaders however, Windows 8 would be much more suitable as its interface was designed for the release of the Windows 8 tablets and eReaders.Windows Tablets
Some of the most popular Windows tablets include the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, the Windows HP ElitePad and Asus Transformer books. Each model offers a different set of features that appeal to all tablet users. Some are fully integrated for stylus use, while others can be both a PC and a tablet in one.Microsoft Surface Pro
The Microsoft Surface Pro is their most recent offer, which is meant to keep with the heavy-hitting tablet providers in the market. The Surface Pro is a powerful tablet with minor PC capabilities as well as the value of versatility and portability. It is compatible with most Google Play apps and can store as much as 256 GB.Asus Transformer Books
The Asus Transformer books are a popular Windows 10 tablet choice because of the innovative way it can be used. For those who like working on laptops, they can simply work with the tablet while it is attached to the keyboard. Otherwise, they can convert it into a tablet and carry it the way they would any portable handheld.