In June 2012, Microsoft announced its first Surface hybrid tablet. Not only was it the first of its kind, but the first hardware designed, built and sold by Microsoft to work seamlessly with the software giant’s Windows operation system. Since then the company has built out its Surface hardware lineup to meet the needs of students and home and professional users. Microsoft’s new Surface Go, a streamlined 10-inch entry-level detachable two-in-one, could potentially be a fit for all three of those groups depending on the performance needs. If you’re not sure where to begin or even what Microsoft’s Surface line has to offer, well, you can start right here. Plus, at the end, you can see our recommendations for some of the best Surface alternatives available. Disclaimer: CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Surface ProThe one that started it all (if you forget about the Surface RT, and you should). Microsoft’s current top tablet-cum-laptop is still the gold standard for the category despite being a pretty minor update from the Surface Pro 4. The Surface Pro’s detachable design is best as a tablet first and laptop second, especially if you use it on your lap… Read full this story
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