How Microsoft Took On Apple and Won.... ?

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    flew home, and there were three of us with Surfaces in my row....was pretty impressed
     
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    On my way myself, Phoenix airport at the gate saw two go's and two surface pros. They might be the ultimate coach seat computer .
     
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    If they're going to use a pen computer as a brand, they need to stop crippling the stylus.
     
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    random & off topic Q @WillAdams the matte Toshiba vs the rubberized S-Pen which surface do you prefer
     
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    I'm fine with all three of the new technology S-pens I've used:

    - the stock rectangular rubbery Samsung S-pen has a rectangular shape I'm not wild about, but I like the fine tip
    - the Staedtler Noris Digital Stylus has the same fine tip, and is my favourite --- I appreciate the symmetrical nature --- it came unglued internally, and the stylus insert is loose (I posted a photo here) and I need to find time to re-glue it. I regret not picking up some spares when they were being remaindered
    - Currently using a bulkier HP stylus --- it has a more durable, sturdier Delrin tip, so I worry about it less, and I occasionally use the eraser, and often wish the side button were (easily) used for right-clicking
     
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    And you have the matte Toshiba screen too? How is writing on it? I would imagine very pleasurable, with the friction?
     
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