Microsoft Brings Design Changes to the Surface Making it a Central Tool of the Future

Microsoft’s new design will be used as a tablet-style news reader propped up on its kickstand while the user eats their morning breakfast, then as a notepad to be scribbled on with a digital pen at a business meeting and taking notes, plus to watch movies and provide other entertainment while sitting on your couch or relaxing later in the day. Microsoft is putting a huge emphasis on design excellence in an attempt to make its products more competitive with offerings from their rivals such as Apple, Google, and Amazon. Continue reading here.



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