In Pictures: 16 most anticipated tech products of 2013

We’re not sure some of them are even on the drawing board, but they’d be great to see

Microsoft Surface Pro

Microsoft already sells the Surface RT tablet/notebook hybrid (that’s one in the picture), but the Surface Pro is something very different even though it will look similar. It will have the full version of Windows 8 on it rather than the version that supports only touch-centric Windows Store applications. Surface Pro supports them, too, but also welcomes any app that runs on Windows 7. The 1920x1080 pixel display supports 10-point multi-touch and stylus input. With that screen and an Intel Core i5 processor this could be both an excellent tablet and laptop.

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