Windows 8.1 Delivers Versatility and Mobility

March 26, 2014

Microsoft is Doing Things Differently with Technology That’s Highly Personal and Affordable

Katie Linendoll, Tech Expert

(New York, NY, Wednesday, March 26, 2014) – With so many device and PC choices today, it’s hard to keep up and know which one to consider. You can have it all – the latest devices at a great value. Technology offers more flexibility than ever from all-in-one PCs to 2-in-1 tablet and laptop combos and more designed to maximize productivity and fun.

Microsoft is doing things differently with technology that’s highly personal and affordable. The ASUS Transformer T100 with Windows 8.1 is easy to take anywhere with 11 hours of battery life, HD touch screen display, detachable keyboard and starts at just $349.

If you want versatility in a 2-in-1 tablet and notebook, check out the HP x2. Build presentations and easily take it on the go but also enjoy your music, videos and games. It has Beats audio with 4 speakers, dual HD webcams, runs Windows 8.1 and starts at $599.

The Lenovo Yoga 11s has four modes that really move with you. Be productive in laptop mode, play games in tablet mode, video chat in tent mode and enjoy photos or music in stand mode. And do it all with Windows 8.1 and touch, starting at $749.

If mobility is a must, Windows 8.1 devices deliver. The pocket sized Toshiba Encore has front and rear facing cameras – awesome for taking photos, video or Skype calls. But, if a desktop is what you need, the Dell XPS 18 is the world’s thinnest and most portable desktop with a 18.4 HD full touch display.

For more, go to MicrosoftStore.com.

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