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Best Tablet 2016: 10 best tablets you can buy

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Surface Pro 4

10 of 10

Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Originally reviewed by Alastair Stevenson 23 November 2015

The power users' tablet of choice

Key Features:
  • 12.3-inch screen
  • Intel Core i processors
  • N-Trig active digitiser pen

Microsoft has more or less nailed the tablet formula now, as evidenced by the Surface Pro 4. It's a minor update to the Pro 3 in many respects, but it's a very complete and thoughtful product that's ideal for anyone who demands a tablet fit for any situation.

Most of the core elements are the same, including the wonderful fully-adjustable hinge, but the screen is a smidgen larger – 12.3-inches now. The Surface Pen is very good, despite some slight issues with latency, but the star is the screen. It's arguably the best screen on any tablet – it's sharp, colourful and very accurate.

As ever, the Pro 4 comes in a range of configurations, starting with Intel Core M processors to Core i7 chips with as much as 16GB of RAM. Basically, it's as fast as you need it to be, or as fast as you can afford, and a full version of Windows gives you ultimate flexibility. It's the do anything, any time tablet.

Price: From £749

Our Score

9/10

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