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Microsoft Go 10.5" Touch-Screen Tablet, WiFi, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Windows 10 Home S-Home, Platinum (STV00001)
399.99
Item #24444948
Model #STV00001
  • 10.5" 1920 x 1280 PixelSense Display (Pixel Density: 220 ppi) featuring Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
  • 1.7 GHz Intel Pentium Gold 4425Y Dual-Core Processor
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Microsoft Go 10.5" Touch-Screen Tablet, WiFi + LTE Advanced, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Windows 10 Home S-Home, Platinum (TFZ00001)
733.99
Item #24444949
Model #TFZ00001
  • 10.5" 1920 x 1280 PixelSense Display (Pixel Density: 220 ppi) featuring Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
  • 1.7 GHz Intel Pentium Gold 4425Y Dual-Core Processor
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$733.99
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Microsoft Surface Pro X 13" Tablet, 16GB RAM, 256GB Memory, Windows 10 Pro, Matte Black (1WX-00014)
Out of Stock
1599.99
Item #24471863
Model #1WX-00014
  • Tablet is just 0.3" thin and weighs just 1.7 lbs., so you can take it wherever you go
  • 13" display and 2880 x 1920 resolution
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$1,599.99
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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.4" Tablet, 3GB (Android), Gold (SM-T500NZDAXAR)
239.49
Item #IM18GX591
Model #SM-T500NZDAXAR
  • Tablet is just 0.3" thin and weighs just 1.05 lbs., so you can take it wherever you go
  • 10.4" display and 2000 x 1200 resolution
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$239.49
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Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3" Tablet, 16GB (Windows 10 Pro), Platinum (LRY-00001)
Out of Stock
2415.49
Item #IM17ZK539
Model #LRY-00001
  • Tablet is just 0.33" thin and weighs just 1.73 lbs., so you can take it wherever you go
  • 12.3" display and 2736 x 1824 resolution
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$2,415.49
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Microsoft Surface Pro X 13" Tablet, 16GB RAM, 512GB Memory, Windows 10 Pro, Platinum (1X7-00001)
Out of Stock
1899.99
Item #24471864
Model #1X7-00001
  • Tablet is just 0.3" thin and weighs just 1.7 lbs., so you can take it wherever you go
  • 13" display and 2880 x 1920 resolution
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$1,899.99
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Microsoft Go 10.5" Touch-Screen Tablet, WiFi, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Windows 10 Home S-Home, Platinum (STQ00001)
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555.99
Item #24444947
Model #STQ00001
  • 10.5" 1920 x 1280 PixelSense Display (Pixel Density: 220 ppi) featuring Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
  • 1.7 GHz Intel Pentium Gold 4425Y Dual-Core Processor
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$555.99
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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.4" Tablet, 32GB (Android), Dark Gray (SM-T500NZAAXAR)
239.49
Item #IM18GX589
Model #SM-T500NZAAXAR
  • Tablet is just 0.3" thin and weighs just 1.05 lbs., so you can take it wherever you go
  • 10.4" display and 2000 x 1200 resolution
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When there's work to be done outside the office, while you're traveling, or when you're at home, having the right Microsoft® tablet can be the difference between productive time and enforced downtime. Microsoft tablets are lightweight and portable, and they offer users a range of interfaces, from conventional keyboards to advanced touchscreens and voice commands. They are all capable of linking to any available Wi-Fi network, and some are even able to connect to a local 4G network from anywhere. This keeps the tablet continuously in contact with the internet and allows for frequent updates to works in progress.

Microsoft Tablets Are Light and Portable
The size and weight of a Microsoft tablet are the most important factors determining how portable the device is and, by extension, how convenient it is to work with one. Striking a balance can be tricky; the smallest Surface® tablets are the easiest to carry around, but the larger units have bigger drives and more storage space. Larger tablets also tend to have bigger, easy-to-read screens that are simple to focus on under adverse conditions like low lights.

Work on a Microsoft Tablet With a Keyboard or Touchscreen
Another factor affecting the tablet's portability is the type of interface it uses. The lightest Microsoft tablets are designed as a single piece with a touchscreen interface. This is the classic tablet configuration, and it's ideal for browsing text or tapping through apps with a finger. Text input can take some getting used to, but the screen's lack of friction or feedback from typing can actually speed work up with practice.

Larger tablets often have keyboards attached, which can make typing on a Surface or a Surface Book® feel a lot more comfortable for someone used to a desktop or laptop configuration. Conventional keyboards tend to add weight, however, which is why some tablets strike a balance by incorporating a Bluetooth®-connected keyboard into the top flap of the case. When not in use, this flap lies folded over the screen and protects it from scratches and smudges. Open it, and a fully functional keyboard automatically connects to the wakened Microsoft Surface and is almost instantly ready to take inputs.

What Are Connectivity Options for Microsoft Tablets?
For most applications, tablets are only as good as their ability to connect to a home or office network. Some of the simpler Microsoft tablets must be physically within range of a Wi-Fi signal to connect to the internet or to other computers in a network. This works well if the tablet never leaves the office or if there's always a signal where it's used. For longer distances, it might be necessary to pay a monthly fee to a 4G carrier, which can connect the tablet anywhere there's coverage from a tower.

What Apps Can Run on Microsoft Tablets?
Microsoft Office®, Outlook®, and Access® are all available as tablet apps. Microsoft Surface tablets use Windows software to run all of the same applications found on an office desktop or laptop, so any progress made on the tablet is easy to synchronize with the other machines when you return to base.

How Big and Fast Are Microsoft Tablets?
Windows tablets come in a range of sizes, from the smaller Surface Mini's 8-inch display to the enormous Surface Hub, at an amazing 84 inches. Most of the tablets can rival laptops for processing speed. A typical Surface tablet falls in the 1.5 to 2.5 GHz range.

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