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11/1/2012 01:00 PM EDT
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eewiz
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eewiz   11/9/2012 3:22:57 AM
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are u sponsored by samsung to troll the forums?

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GREAT-Terry   11/12/2012 11:06:16 AM
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I don't think Intel+Microsoft can work well in tablet market. If the rumor that the bundled software (mostly OS) already eats up most SSD space is true, I wonder how good this machine can be.

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Daniel Payne   11/13/2012 4:36:38 PM
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At home we've updated two computers to use Windows 8 and both my wife and daughter like it and learned it OK. I would not use this Surface keyboard because my typing speed goes way down without a physical keyboard. I use an iPad 3 with Logitech Ultrathin keyboard for fastest typing speed.

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randombox   4/12/2013 1:36:54 AM
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The following is an AP article from yesterday: "Research group IDC said Wednesday that global shipments of personal computers fell 14 percent in the first three months of 2013, the sharpest plunge since the firm started tracking the industry in 1994. IDC said Microsoft's Windows 8 software appears to be driving buyers away from PCs and toward smartphones and tablets." It IS relevant to this discussion.

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