When Microsoft launched Windows 10 last year, there were only two devices available with the latest operating system, Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. Very few laptops were then launched with this OS, but no one even noticed these machines. Just like Android Marshmallow, the mobile OS that sat quietly in a corner last year, but has been aggressively rolled out this year; new Windows 10 devices have been launched at the Mobile World Congress increasing the number of machines that run on this OS.
Yes, new Windows 10 devices have finally been launched. If Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 don’t fit your budget, you have more options for Windows 10. These new machines definitely cannot replace Microsoft’s laptop or tablet, but still assure you to offer all the benefits of the latest operatig system. Here goes your list:
Huawei MateBook: The Huawei MateBook is a cheaper version of Surface Pro 4. It still cannot be used as a replacement for Microsoft’s tablet, but it is wonderful Windows 10 laptop. This 12-inch 2-in-1 tablet is thin and comes with different storage options: 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB. Keyboard, MatePen and MateDock are the accessories you can buy seperately. Depending on the processor and storage options you choose, the price of this convertible will vary.
Lenovo Yoga 510 and Yoga 710: Leno Yoga 510 and 710 and among the new Wiindows 10 devices launched at the Mobile World Congress 2016 held in Barcelona, Spain. Where Yoga 510 is a 14-inch notebook powered by the latest Intel Skylake processor, Yoga 710 comes in two sizes: 11-inch and 14-inch. The smaller version uses Intel M5, and the bigger one is powered by Core i7. You can read more about these two Windows 10 devices here.
Other than these laptops, Mobile World Congress also saw the launch of Windows 10 mobile phones. The HP Elite X3, VAIO Phone Biz, Alacatel Fierce XL and Trinity Nuans NEO are some of the Windows 10 mobile devices launch at the event. So, if Lumia is not your choice, but Windows 10 is, these are the phones you can consider.
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