The new tiled interface of Windows 8 has certainly courted controversy. This is mostly because it has gone onto PCs that do not have touch screens, and this new design is most certainly designed for touch interaction. With that in mind, you might want to make your next PC a tablet, with a wireless keyboard, rather than a laptop. Here's our collection of Windows 8 tablets.
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Complete with one year Dell warranty, this 8” HD display Windows 8 tablet features 2 GB of memory, and 64 GB of storage. Has up to 10 hours of battery life, front and rear cameras, and the latest in Bluetooth and WiFi technology.
This mini Windows tablet is great for mobile productivity. It combines an 8" HD wide-view display with powerful quad core processing. Perfect for light productive tasks and web browsing while on the go
Possesses a beautiful 10.1” full HD display. With its 5% reflectance, this makes a great ebook reader, as you can read text both indoors and out. The cases are made from brightly colored polycarbonate plastic.
This is the biggest tablet I’ve ever seen! Strictly speaking, it’s a touch-screen all in one desktop. It features a 18.4" full HD touch display and the best battery life in its class. Includes Dell 1 year warranty, a 32 GB solid state drive, a 500 G
Is it a laptop, or is it a tablet? Combined, this device offers a great, well-rounded netbook experience. Separated, the 13.3 screen HD touchscreen acts as a tablet, which provides greater portability and flexibility.
A beautiful and highly functional tablet, the Microsoft Surface features an integrated kickstand (for hands-free entertainment!), a cover you can type on, as well as an full-size USB port, a microSD slot, and an HD video out port.