he more expensive version runs the 32-bit version of Windows 8 Pro and comes with a Wacom touch stylus, which you can use to sign on digital receipts. It also comes with a user-swappable battery and a microSIM slot for added connectivity. And a microUSB port for charging your phone on the go. Connect the tablet to a dock and it transforms into an office PC capable of running productivity applications. Using a USB keyboard, I was able to type away to glory using OpenOffice.
The tablet supports most enterprise-level security protocols and can be managed like a PC on any office asset management system. Weighing less than a kg, it's easy to carry this device. And it has a security lock slot as well.