Windows tablets have come a long way and options like the Surface 3 make it possible to enjoy a desktop experience without being tied to a desk or having a bulky unit on your lap. Still, there are some areas for improvement, and 2018 is likely to be another year where we see more advancements made to portable Windows PCs.
Windows Central community member cowboy6201 took to our forum to see what everyone is looking forward to this year.
As an owner of a Surface 3, I'm intrigued to see what comes out later this year to see if a viable replacement becomes available. What about you? Head to our forum to join in the conversation!
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