Microsoft offers five different Surface device lines, one of which is Surface Pro. And its latest model — the 12.3-inch Surface Pro 6 — is due to launch on Oct. 16. It comes in a new matte black color and with updated eighth-generation Intel Core CPUs, combined with up to 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. And while it still has USB-A style ports, its display is improved to 267ppi, and there’s an autofocusing 8-megapixel camera for video-chatting and Windows Hello login. You can read more about Surface Pro 6 from here. Now, if you don’t want to spend $900 on the latest 2-in-1 from Microsoft, or if you’re more interested in learning about lookalike devices from other brands, you do have alternative options. We’ve rounded up some of the best Surface Pro 6 clones you can buy right now. Surface Pro 6 alternatives you can buy right now Asus Transformer Pro (T304UA) In our review of the the 12.6-inch Transformer Pro (T304UA), we said it makes a good first impression. It comes with a bundled stylus and keyboard — and the tablet and keyboard are magnetically connected straight out of the box. This 2-in-1 provides a good alternative to the Surface Pro for business users who need a versatile and affordable device that can function as both a laptop and a tablet. It starts at $1,150 for the Core i7 model with 16GB RAM. Dell Latitude 7285 Like other hybrids such as the Surface line, the 12.3-inch Dell… [Read full story]
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