Windows 8 Tablet
Inexpensive tablets running full versions of Windows 8.1 are flooding the market. With the new Intel Atom Bay Trail processor they have the power of the PC in the tablet form factor at an impressive price point. That said, those IT pros who lament the limitations of Android and the iPad will be excited to unleash the full power of the Web.
ASUS, Dell, Toshiba and HP are just some of the manufacturers offering sub $500 tablet computers. There are higher-end models like the Surface Pro and Acer Iconia that provide a full-fledged ultrabook experience with all the expected bells and whistles. These won't be for everyone because along with the full power of the PC comes the problems of the PC.