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Best for Productivity: Lenovo ThinkPad X1Any talk about enterprise-ready computing devices is, and will always be, incomplete without the legendary ThinkPad name. Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 is the absolute best productivity-focused tablet for your money.Powered by Intel’s 7th-gen Core i5-7Y57 processor, the X1 can run anything you throw at it with effortlessness. There’s also 8GB of LPDDR3 RAM for easy multitasking, and a 256GB SSD guarantees that even the heaviest programs open up in a jiffy. It has a 12-inch IPS LCD touchscreen display, with a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels. The included stylus lets you do anything from annotating images to signing documents and has full inking support for Office apps.Best Splurge: Microsoft Surface Pro with Type CoverEver since it debuted in 2012, Microsoft’s Surface lineup of hybrids has completely redefined the scope of tablet computing. Now in its fifth generation, the Surface Pro (2017) is more powerful better than ever. If the price is no problem, this is the business tablet you should get.Truth be told, Microsoft Surface Pro just looks like a tablet. In reality, it’s a full-blown computer, packing innards formidable enough to test the mightiest of laptops. It’s powered by Intel’s 7th-gen Core i7 processor, paired with 16GB of RAM. A 512GB SSD not only gives you plenty of space for all your files but also guarantees that even heavy applications begin-up superfast.The Surface Pro has a 12.3-inch PixelSense display with 10-point multitouch support. With a resolution of 2736 x 1824 pixels, the 3:2 aspect ratio panel is ideal for working with productivity programs such as Microsoft Excel. The type of cover accessory makes even extended hours of typing a pleasant experience, thanks to well-spaced keys. Also, you can buy the Surface Pen for all your presentation and annotation needs.You get dual microphones and 1.6W stereo speakers with Dolby Premium audio support. Microsoft Surface Pro runs Windows 10 Pro.