16 most anticipated tech products of 2013

We’re not sure some of them are even on the drawing board, but they’d be great to see

By , Network World |  IT Management, Android, BlackBerry

Microsoft Surface Pro

Microsoft already sells the Surface RT tablet/notebook hybrid (that’s one in the picture), but the Surface Pro is something very different even though it will look similar. It will have the full version of Windows 8 on it rather than the version that supports only touch-centric Windows Store applications. Surface Pro supports them, too, but also welcomes any app that runs on Windows 7. The 1920x1080 pixel display supports 10-point multi-touch and stylus input. With that screen and an Intel Core i5 processor this could be both an excellent tablet and laptop.

Base price: $900, available in January.

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