November 2, 2015 10:00 am

More Windows 10 devices mean more choices for small and midsize businesses

The productivity needs of small and midsize businesses are as individual and unique as the products and services that set them apart. A graphic designer needs processor power, professional software and a crystal-clear display. A clothing retailer wants to use a single device to process customer payments and analyze the business data. A sales manager needs to keep up with mail and messages on the go, in real time. To choose the best device, businesses must know who will use it, where they will use it, and what it will be used for. Those needs will result in different priorities for size, weight and style, but all businesses agree that they want the most powerful and secure computer they can get for their budget.

Fortunately, businesses have more devices than ever to help them process transactions, communicate quickly and analyze data — all building on the power of Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system. Microsoft works with partners throughout the tech ecosystem to equip a growing number of devices with the newest, most secure Windows ever. This helps businesses choose the form factors, styles and prices that fit their needs, while enjoying a consistent experience with universal apps, familiar features and advanced security.

“One size does not fit all,” says Jordan Chrysafidis, vice president of U.S. OEM at Microsoft. “For one business, ruggedness is a must have; for another, touch-screen tablet versatility comes first. But they all need devices that are secure, easy to use and always up to date. By partnering with manufacturers to support a broad range of devices with Windows 10, we’re helping businesses get exactly what they need most.”

Top new devices include these:

Lenovo Yoga 900Lenovo Yoga 900 with Windows 10
This super slim two-in-one takes flexibility to a new level with a revolutionary hinge design — enabling a tent mode that’s ideal for sharing images and demos with customers at a table — and a brilliant Quad HD+ display. And at only 0.59” thin and 2.8 pounds, it’s super portable. Available now from $1,199.

Dell XPS 13

Dell XPS 13 with Windows 10The smallest 13-inch laptop available, with the world’s first virtually borderless InfinityEdge display, is perfect for power users and road warriors alike. Available now from $799.

Toshiba Satellite Fusion
Toshiba Satellite Fusion with Windows 10
This sleek new two-in-one offers touch-screen convenience and affordability. Rich speakers make audiovisual presentations compelling in any customer environment. With tons of storage, your employees can rest assured when on the road. Available now from $599.

HP Spectre 13 x360

HP Spectre x360 -13t Laptop running Windows 10

This flexible, convertible laptop offers long battery life and fast Wi-Fi. Seamlessly switch between four modes — notebook, tablet, stand or tent — for 360-degree versatility, so you’re ready for any kind of meeting, presentation or work session. Available now from $899.

ASUS Transformer Book T100HA

ASUS Transformer Book T100HA
Powered by the latest Intel quad-core processor, this slim, lightweight and powerful two-in-one will help your mobile workforce travel with ease and get the job done. And with Microsoft Office Mobile pre-loaded, they’ll get it done anywhere. Available now from $299.

Whether you’re starting a new business, growing to new levels, or maintaining and refreshing your brand, Windows 10 offers features and tools that make you more productive, which means you can focus on your customers — not on your tech. And with the seamless integrations of Microsoft Office, you can get it all done easily from wherever you are. Find out more.

Updated November 2, 2015 10:01 am