1. Sony Vaio Duo 11
Part of the hybrid ultrabook and tablet clan, the Vaio Duo 11 is a convertible device that is Windows 8 straight out of the box. Measuring in at 17.85mm thin, the Duo 11 hosts an 11.6-inch full HD OptiContrast panel which uses capacitive touchscreen technology do give you full control. Powered by Intel’s latest Core processors there is plenty of connectivity on board with Bluetooth, USB 3.0, HDMI, Ethernet and VGA video ports and if you haven’t had enough of the current stylus love-in it will also support Sony’s digitizer stylus pen making it a handy tool for business folk.
T3's pick of the best Windows 8 tablets and devices to look out for this Christmas if you have your heart set on the touchscreen-friendly Microsoft OS
Windows 8 is finally here bringing a "Metro" style tiled interface and integrated operating system designed to work seamlessly across portable, touchscreen and desktop/laptop PCS. Built from the ground up, a barrage of Windows 8-packing devices have been announced in recent months including Microsoft's Surface tablet, the slate set to take on the iPad and an army of Android tablets.
If you are eyeing up a tablet, laptop or all-in-one PC powered by the latest Microsoft operating system and not sure which one you should grab, we've picked eight Windows 8 devices currently available we think you should keep a look out for.