Your next PC will do more and go further, no matter which one you choose. The new generation of tablets are lightweight and blazing fast, with longer battery life. Convertibles give you the style and mobility of a tablet, and can also be snapped onto a keyboard and turned into a full-power laptop. All-in-ones provide a new level of power and style in a desktop PC.
With radically updated designs, more raw processing power, and start-up times of less than ten seconds in many cases, it's a brand new era for PCs.
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Built with innovative, ultra-light materials like duralumin, and with a new focus on beautiful design, the new Windows tablets and laptops are ready to slide into your bag and go where you go.
Many new tablets and laptops enable their apps to react when you tilt or rotate the screen, automatically adapt to changes in lighting, and even let you touch two devices together to share a photo or a webpage.
New desktops and all-in-ones bring a lean new look to your home and office. You'll get the full power and speed of a desktop—with vast amounts of storage and super responsive processing—in styles that are thinner, lighter and more stylish than ever.
Many of the new-generation desktops and all-in-ones combine the precision and control of a mouse and keyboard with the fun and flexibility of a touch screen.
Sleek and thin, with truly extraordinary battery life, Windows RT PCs are great for life on the go. They stay connected even in sleep mode, resume quickly, and are perfect for both touch and a mouse and keyboard. Windows RT runs apps exclusively from the Windows Store, and also has great built-in apps like Mail, People, Messaging, Photos, SkyDrive, Music, and Video, so you can stay in touch and have fun.
Every Windows RT PC comes with Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013 RT, so you can do more with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. For more details, see the Office Home & Student 2013 RT product page.
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