Microsoft’s Premium Collection tells you which premium Windows PCs are worth your time

Dell XPS 13 Gold

Microsoft’s Surface devices may be the gold standard for manyWindows enthusiasts, but other firms like HP, Lenovo and others still make fantastic premium, Windows devices that appeal to everyone.

For  buyers looking for such devices, Microsoft has put together a premium collection of Windows devices on the Microsoft store for users  who are interested in premium devices

The firm is offering devices like the Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S and more in its Windows collection.

While they are quite costly, with the Surface Pro 4 being the cheapest device(!) on the list, they provide the best support for Microsoft’a Windows 10 features. The Surface series and Samsung’s Galaxy tab support Windows Ink, the Dell devices support touch screen and Lenovo’s Yoga device is yet anther new style of convertible.

For instance, one can point to the Surface series and Samsung’s Galaxy tab as supporting the new Windows Ink platform.  Dell’s excellent XPS devices – other than providing excellent specs and build quality – also provide support for touch so users can take advantage of Windows touch features. Lenovo’s Yoga device is yet anther device worth mentioning from the premium collection, featuring 16 GB of RAM, 512GB of storage and 3 modes for users.

Of course, as they are purchased from the Microsoft store, these devices are all Signature edition PCs and lack the extraneous bloatware often installed by OEMs.

You can take your pick from the store link below, and tell us what you think in the comments below.

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