Many say that |Rickroller, and hey, it's possible there is a fanbase out there, but it is still a highly flawed product in my opinion, and I cannot fathom anyone "objectively" buying one. My first thought about it was BATTERY.....that after all IS why we don't have PC class processing in tablets/phones and MS didn't solve this. The critical point of ultra-portability is battery life....when it's as bad as Surface, I can't see anyone being happy. Is it for "productivity"? Full windows??? If you want to be productive, why have a limited life, small screen, (OH, sorry for the low resolution remark forum members! I was thinking of RT) , bad keyboard, and unbalanced surface, when you could have a real ultraportable!!
Originally Posted by Rickroller
The only real advantage, is yes, you can convert between tablet and notebook....otherwise it falls far short in both categories. Is that important enough to make up for it's big shortcomings?? I can't see it. I actually think some of the other manufacturers have more compelling tablet/notebook offerings as well, though they dont' have Surface's high profile.
In terms of sales...we will see...I think it will be another flop.