If you think this Dell tablet looks like the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, you're not alone.
The Dell Latitude 5285 has a similar built-in kickstand, as well as an optional keyboard and stylus.
Unlike the Surface, the Dell has two buttons on its bottom edge that, when pressed, open up the kickstand.
It's thicker and heavier than the Surface Pro 4.
The kickstand can rotate up to 150 degrees.
Both the keyboard and stylus are sold separately.
The keyboard connects magnetically
Dell's Active Pen worked well for note-taking.
While the Surface Pro 4 comes with a stylus, the Dell Latitude 5285 does not.
The stylus magnetically attaches to the right side.
Since the Dell tablet is geared towards business use, consumers can save some money by going with the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 instead.