A Week With Nothing but the Surface Pro - From Wired.com
Found this to be a good and informative read. Absolutely love the dig she mad at those who can't use it in their laps:
To truly test the capabilities of Microsoft’s newest tablet, the Surface Pro, I decided to embark on a little experiment. For one week, I used nothing but my 128 GB Surface Pro with Type Cover to accomplish all of my work. How well did it manage at the hands of a “power user?” I’ll tell you.
I should preface my experiences by letting you know that I am not married to one operating system. I own an iPad 3, which failed to impress me. I own an iPhone 4. I own a Nexus 7, which, for a consuming device, is more than worth the price. I own a 64 GB Kobo Arc, which I plan to review in the not-too-distant future. I run Linux on my servers — CentOS to be exact. My primary computer — nicknamedThe Beast — is an Asus G75VW-DS72 17.3-inch laptop, which, among other things, has an Intel Core i7-3610QM processor 2.3GHz, 16 GB SO-DIMM RAM, 750 GB 7200rpm hard drive plus 256 GB solid state drive, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M with 3 GB RAM.
When I was deciding whether or not to purchase the Surface Pro, the most important questions in my mind were: “Will I be able to use the Surface Pro as both a consuming device, and a productivity device? Will it allow me to leave the house, without a lot of careful planning, and still manage to get a full-day’s work accomplished? Will I be able to travel and attend appearances, without having to lug around the near nine-pound beast, and be able to still work? Can I play my PC games on it? Will it also serve as a ‘mindless’ entertainment device?”
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