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Thread: Microsofts Surface Tablet: The Good, The Bad and The Apple

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    Now, this Windows product I'd buy!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thazsar View Post
    Now, this Windows product I'd buy!!!
    http://d35lb3dl296zwu.cloudfront.net...mit-0019_2.jpg
    Hahs reminds me of some minority report computer lol not high tech enough to be called Stark Tech lol

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    I think MS has something going here as long as the software can run smoothly.

    One thing I haven't heard anything about is LTE support or wireless connectivity on the go. Half the stuff I do on the go I need Internet access.

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    I am not gonna lie, this tablet looks beast! I'm kinda excited to see what the consumer Pro version is like.

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    Nothing good about the "soft" keyboard. It will not work the way you expect from a regular keyboard.

    Quote Originally Posted by lkailburn View Post
    The concepts on this are fantastic!! The kick out stand, the cover/keyboard and all the ports could make this thing have the potential to be truly amazing!! Cannot wait to hear price/release schedules.

    -Luke
    Hardware is only part of the product. You may get malware on first boot up of the "suffer". They cannot even address current problem of virus and malware on Windows 7. Will the tablet make them go away?
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    These devices are not designed to challenge the iPad, they are designed to fit between the iPad and laptops, a niche market which I hope is big enough for MS.

    The widescreen means these are designed to work in landscape mode ( as witnessed by the keyboard). That have no 3G/4G as they are designed to be used on a desk.

    Ultra books have a lot to fear but tablets are mainly used in portrait mode and used all the time, these devices are aimed at a different market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BhadKarma View Post
    Apples got real competition now
    To be fair, the iPad Mini offers a better build quality than the iPad 2 because it includes the lightning port, a similar iPhone 5-like design style, and of course, the iPad Mini is lighter and easier to hold. If you think these features cost $70, then go and buy the iPad Mini.

    But here is an additional option, in case you’re still undecided. If you’re a moderate, or not an Apple or Google Android fan boy, I think the Nexus 7 is worth a try or maybe the Amazon Kindle Fire HD if Amazon is your cup of tea.

    here is a comparison of apple ipad mini vs nexus 7 in terms of screen resolution:

    http://www.nerdtechie.com/apple-ipad-mini-vs-nexus-7/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BriannaFortune View Post
    To be fair, the iPad Mini offers a better build quality than the iPad 2 because it includes the lightning port, a similar iPhone 5-like design style, and of course, the iPad Mini is lighter and easier to hold. If you think these features cost $70, then go and buy the iPad Mini.

    But here is an additional option, in case you’re still undecided. If you’re a moderate, or not an Apple or Google Android fan boy, I think the Nexus 7 is worth a try or maybe the Amazon Kindle Fire HD if Amazon is your cup of tea.

    here is a comparison of apple ipad mini vs nexus 7 in terms of screen resolution:

    http://www.nerdtechie.com/apple-ipad-mini-vs-nexus-7/
    If you can't afford an iPad mini the nexus 7 is a possibility but it's not something I'd recommend to anyone that isn't a geek. Android can do a lot but isn't something for the computer illiterate, whereas the iPad mini is.
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