Computing Christmas Tablet Roundup: The year of Windows?

Charlee Gothard
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Join Stuart Sumner, Sooraj Shah and Peter Gothard as we consider Microsoft's stepped-up offerings in the 2014 tablet space

Microsoft seems finally to be making progress in the small tablet world. Probably as a side effect of the company's decision earlier this year to make Windows licences free for tablets under 9-i...

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