Tablets in the Crosshairs
Microsoft and its OEMs haven't bottled lightning yet with a Windows tablet. But a new abundance of feature-rich, Windows 7 notebooks carries the fight to keep the high ground of the massive and still vibrant PC market.
A new crop of Windows 7-based notebooks are retaining the utility of the form factor while drawing inspiration from the upstart tablet category.
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Tablets may be the current consumer rage, but notebooks are here to stay. Here are a dozen that have caught our eye.
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