Eyeing an education market that's been dominated by Apple and Google, Microsoft has debuted a new Surface Laptop aimed at college students, and a new OS that runs only apps from the Windows Store.
Electronics giant Acer has unveiled its new line of 2-in-1 notebooks that run the gamut from low-cost models designed to be little more than Web-browsing devices to some sleek-looking powerhouses.
Three iPad Pros will be available for coaches on every bench and officials will have them to review challenges during the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs. All playoff arenas have been outfitted.
Microsoft is expected to unveil some new devices later this spring, although it's not yet clear whether those will include the anticipated Surface Pro 5. However, details about the new Surface Pro have emerged.
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