Windows Developers Give Microsoft Surface Thumbs Up

 Microsoft is taking a big gamble with diving into the world of developing and building their own laptop. The competition is massive and the risks are high. But the previewing development community has, at least so far, given Microsoft a big hurray! Commenting on items such as the crisp and solid feel, fluid design and practical design points, the Surface Tablet in its two current offerings, both RT and Pro will most likely be geared towards two different markets with business and consumer being the main customers. However just like all products, price will most likely be the biggest deciding factor, especially since there are plenty of $500 tablets on the market already. Read the full story here.



Comments

  • There are no comments yet. Be the first to comment!

Leave a Comment
  • Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • Enterprise data center clients operate in some of the most complex and regulated environments in the world. These clients need assurance that their partners are up to the challenge of meeting their needs and operating effectively within a dynamic ecosystem. For the client-focused data center solutions provider, this presents a perfect opportunity to differentiate its services from those of other solution providers who simply provide five 9s. In this white paper, Digital Realty's Gary Smith discusses how …

  • Physical desktop computer infrastructures no longer make sense for the corporate world. By moving virtual desktops to the Cloud rather than implementing an internally deployed and managed data center, companies now can realize benefits such as centralized management, improved data security, and simplified deployment - without the excessive costs, limitations, or hassles of VDI. This white paper explores why cloud-hosted virtual desktops are a compelling solution for many businesses, and how to leverage …

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

Latest Developer Headlines

RSS Feeds