Ready To Meet Microsoft’s New iPad
Surface – that is the new name of Microsoft’s first tablet computer. The software giant’s new tablet was a first major hardware launch from the company. The device is ultra thin and comes complete with a stand and a cover that works as a keyboard. The keyboard case comes in a wide range of colors, making the tablet something that works and plays at the same time.
It is said to be a cross-breed between the tablet and the PC, which people should find lovable. The tablet was presented recently in a Hollywood design studio ……………………… Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/
Microsoft Surface – Not Entirely Competing With The iPad?
The new Surface tablet by Microsoft is not really built to compete with the iPad. It is more of an ultra book competitor instead. Well, it is a tablet so it is also geared towards tablet consumers, but there are a significant number of people who want a tablet that’s enough to replace their laptops – something that the iPad cannot do because after all, the iPad has never been a productivity device.
This is the market that Microsoft Surface wants to target – the people who want to look for something in between that does not compromise functionality and fun at the same time ………………………. Read more: http://www.tempo.com.ph/
How Does Microsoft’s Surface Stack Up Against The iPad?
Cool – that is what Microsoft is gearing towards with the Microsoft Surface. Recently revealed last Monday, the device is aimed to target shares of the market from Google and the ever popular Apple. The device runs on Windows 8 OS, comes with a stand and cover (which also works as a keyboard). The price tag was not part of the announcement, yet, so that leaves many things in question.
The screen is 10.6 inches wide and has 9.3 mm (for 32 and 64 GB) and 13.5 mm (for the Pro 64 and 128 GB versions) and come with two USB ports ………………………. Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/