Big screens, small screens, with and without Windows, some with keyboards, and everything in between. Here's a sneak peek at the diverse batch of tablets expected this fall.
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There's a lot to like about Microsoft's consumer-oriented RT tablet. There is its touch-friendly Metro UI, a slim-yet-sturdy build, a built-in kickstand, the relatively large 10.6-inch display, Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 bundled software, and, of course, the clever magnetic cover that doubles as a keyboard. Due to Microsoft's recent SEC filing, we know the Surface RT should be available by October 26. And the price? Thankfully, one report of the RT (not the higher-end Pro model) costing about $1,000 turned out to be bogus. Microsoft says it'll reveal prices closer to launch.
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