"Wrong! Having decided to sell tablets under its own name, Microsoft went for the gusto. Its Surface tablets are nothing less than the hardware equivalent of Windows 8 itself: A radical rethinking of the PC for the post-PC era.My First 23 Questions About Microsoft’s ‘Surface’ Windows 8 Tablet | Techland | TIME.com
Microsoft isn’t going to let Windows 8 fail because the hardware it runs on isn’t ambitious enough, and it apparently doesn’t trust the major PC manufacturers to do the job. After 31 years of writing software for other companies’ computers, it’s building its own PCs, its own way. Even if Surface doesn’t work out, it’s a moment of enormous significance for the company and the industry."
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
My First 23 Questions About Microsoft’s ‘Surface’ Windows 8 Tablet | Techland | TIME.com
Check the article link for some timely Surface questions