Powerful processing and beautiful design
Microsoft Surface tablet is a Windows OS based powerful tablet pc packed in the beautiful VaporMg casing. It comes with an integrated kickstand which can be flipped out anytime to use the tablet in hands free mode.
Microsoft Surface tablet sports a 10.6 inch, 1366 x 768 px, ClearType HD, Multi-touch Capacitive Screen. It runs on Windows RT OS which has been designed especially of tablets. The OS also includes Office Home & Student 2013 RT which enables you to create and edit the Microsoft Word, excel, ppt files on the go.
Microsoft Surface tablet is powered by Quad core Nvidia T30 processor and 2GB Ram. The configuration is powerful enough to ensure smooth delivery of Windows OS. The tablet also packs HD cameras on the front and back for video calling and photography.
You can also buy Microsoft Surface tablet in India with the touch cover which can turn your tablet in to a laptop. The touch cover is available in 5 colors including Black and White.
Microsoft surface tablet is refreshing and unique. The Windows OS provides you a familiar operating system and it can easily be converted into a notebook with help of available accessories. Definitely a good buy.
Having powered anything from personal media players to enterprise servers, Redmond once again has a little something to call its own. It must wish it`s bigger than the Xbox and sure hopes no one remembers the Kin phone. The Microsoft Surface will have to be something special to be able to compete with both droids and iPads, as well as tablets made by Redmond`s partner-OEMs. It`s crunch time for Microsoft and nothing is off-limits in terms of tact...
Verdict: Microsoft like being pushed, it seems. No other explanation of how well it did with the Surface considering the pressure pot of high stakes and overwhelming expectations. It didn`t take its eyes off the target either, knowing (though hardly enjoying ...
Microsoft`s Surface is for people who really need Office in their life -- the combination of kickstand and Touch Cover works well, although Office hasn`t been terribly well adapted for a touchscreen. If you don`t need Office, you can get......
Pros: Pretty Metro interface ; Useful keyboard cover ; Office comes pre-installed ; Great build quality ; Expandable storage
Cons: Not cheap ; Desktop mode is confusing and clunky ; Lower-resolution screen than competitors ; Office doesn`t work brilliantly with touch
Verdict: With a lower-resolution screen than its competitors, the sometimes clunky dual interface and only an acceptable level of performance, is the Microsoft Surface a total letdown? No. If you`re inextricably bound to Office, this slim slate and its Touch....
Summary: Microsoft\'s ARM-based tablet has plenty of good points, but there are enough downsides to make caution advisable. The hardware platform and the Windows RT ecosystem will undoubtedly improve, so we\'d suggest giving version 1.0 a miss unless you\'re an avid early adopter....
Pros: Solidly built hardware 'Modern' tile-based UI looks clean and works well with touchscreen Useful add-on keyboard/covers (especially the Type Cover) Full-size USB port Office 2013 bundled with Windows RT operating system
Cons: Cannot run third-party desktop Windows applications Vestigial desktop UI jars with its 'modern' successor Kick-stand is not adjustable Hard to use with Touch/Type Cover on the lap Magnetic power connector is fiddly Lacks mobile broadband, GPS and NFC
Microsoft Surface is big. Not literally, as itâ??s actually a slim and light 10.6-inch tablet, but Microsoftâ??s Windows 8 RT tablet is a true milestone for the worldâ??s largest software company and creator of the Xbox games console. For starters, this is Microsoftâ??s first tablet and, more importantly, it represents its first ever PC device. Does the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 have anything more to offer?Though MS has a lot of hardware experi...
Pros: Great screen, Excellent speakers (for a tablet), Unique, durable design, Good performance and battery life, Superb keyboard cover(s),
Cons: Low screen res, Rubbish cameras, No NFC or 3G/4G, Not as comfy to hold as some,