Short Comment on Reviewing and Scoring Computers
I don't see why so many people around here (forum posters and the verge authors) are busy scoring, judging and comparing computers. I think that with modern computers, which there are endless different use cases for, their value (i.e. their value to the user) depends on the specific use case. Since those cases can vary from skyping on the couch to making calculations in a lab, a computer can not be labelled as "good" or "bad". For example: I baught a Surface, and it's was the perfect choice for me - I needed a very portable device mainly for using Office apps. Considering that Office comes with the Surface for free its was a perfect choice. Performance and screen quality are sufficient. That makes the Surface a perfect device for my - very specific - use case. Its bad app ecosystem and awkward portrait mode may affect others, not me. So what I'm saying is: Stop arguing about whether the Surface Pro or any other device is "good" or "bad" or "tablet" or "laptop" - those judgements and scores are completely irrelevant for any user. All that's relevant is what it can do and what it can't.