Windows 10 Tablets, Smartphones Make an Impression at CES

1 - Windows 10 Tablets, Smartphones Make an Impression at CES
2 - Lenovo's Modular ThinkPad X1 Tablet
3 - Samsung Galaxy TabPro S
4 - Dell Latitude 12 7000 Series Two-in-Ones
5 - HP EliteBook Folio
6 - Toshiba dynaPad
7 - E Fun Nextbook Flexx Two-in-Ones
8 - Acer Liquid Jade Primo Smartphone
9 - Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL
10 - Intel Compute Sticks
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Windows 10 Tablets, Smartphones Make an Impression at CES

This year's CES was a showcase for new Windows-powered gear, as the show floor was sprinkled with an ever-expanding array of Windows 10 tablets and smartphones.

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Lenovo's Modular ThinkPad X1 Tablet

Offering a wealth of expansion and customization options, along with built-in 3D imaging and security features that businesses care about, it's no wonder eWEEK's own Don Reisinger named the ThinkPad X1 Tablet "a standout at CES."

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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

Watch out, Microsoft. Samsung is gunning for Microsoft's successful Surface Pro line of Windows tablets with a 12-inch device that is a mere 6.3mm thick (the new Surface Pro 4 is 8.45mm thick) and features a vibrant OLED screen.

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Dell Latitude 12 7000 Series Two-in-Ones

Dell's latest two-in-one Windows tablets for commercial customers are clad in sleek black enclosures, a welcome departure from the company's stodgy business laptops of old. Besides an inoffensive design, the Latitude 12 7000 Series two-in-ones impress with two keyboard options, 4K displays and solid magnesium unibody construction.

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HP EliteBook Folio

The HP EliteBook Folio is billed as "the world's thinnest and lightest business-class notebook," and it certainly looks the part with a slim, MacBook-like all-aluminum body and an optional 4K display. With the help of four speakers and the audio engineers at Bang & Olufsen, the EliteBook Folio can pump out impressive sounds during deskside presentations, too.

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Toshiba dynaPad

Toshiba is targeting designers, digital artists and folks who prefer stylus-based input with a new 12-inch tablet that features digital inking tech from the pros at Wacom.

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E Fun Nextbook Flexx Two-in-Ones

Compared with major PC brands such as Dell and HP, E Fun doesn't have the same cachet. Nonetheless, budget buyers can now partake of the full Windows 10 experience—nothing too hardcore, mind you—with a line of two-in-ones that start at $149 when they go on sale in the second quarter of 2016.

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Acer Liquid Jade Primo Smartphone

For a while, it looked like Microsoft's Lumia brand would stand alone in the company's uphill battle to popularize Windows smartphones. Acer is joining the fight with a Windows 10 handset that doesn't skimp on the premium-grade flourishes.

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Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL

Add another ally to the Windows phone fight. The affordable OneTouch Fierce XL, a 5-inch smartphone from Alcatel, will be available at T-Mobile in the coming weeks.

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Intel Compute Sticks

Intel's latest Compute Sticks are based on sixth-generation "Skylake" Intel Core m3 and Core m5 processors, providing enough grunt to turn any TV with HDMI inputs into an full-fledged Windows 10 computer.

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