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In one word, to me the Microsoft Surface is ________.
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Is... For me no nexus 10 .
 
A good step in the right direction but still not enough
 
a repackaging of hardware that already failed 10 years ago, with unintuitive warmed-over touchscreen software copied from the smartphone industry.
 
A wasted space
(you can only use 16 GB in a 32 GB Microsoft Surface...)
 
an interesting trail not well executed. (This wasn't exactly one word)
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Another  tool ,in the tech world, design to confine our ability to see the complete web. www means world wide web. When will we be aloowed to have it in a device?
 
would operate great with android os?!
 
"The final nail in the coffin" . Too many words, ha.
 
Microsoft as a whole= irrelevant.
Eric Nelson. Redmond Washington USA 
 
the best tablet ever
(Oops 4 words)
 
... a strange, although hypnotic, mutant :P 
 
Ugly!! In a world accustomed to Apple's beautiful designs I think it can't compete with them
 
but in real sense, it's way better than the ipad.
 
I guess you'd have to say it's a Microsoft product. In other words, it's useless until Service Pack 3...
 
Metro! (but only in the "I'm a guy who gets mani/pedis and has thirty pairs of shoes but I don't like guys" sorta way.)

I know, I know. Microsoft wants us to stop using that term when referring to their UI. After all, "Metro" has come to mean: only looks gay and Microsoft doesn't want anyone to think Windows 8 "only looks gay."
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Confusing 
 
+Kyler Ouellet that's only because it doesn't have as many apps as the ipad. Other wise, I think the surface makes a better and more functional tablet 
 
Another disappointment like Zune.
 
supercalafragalisticexpialadoshus
 
Promising.

When it comes to electronics though, I prefer to buy a product rather than a promise. So until it proves itself my bet is on N10.
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British food - as in "doesn't look too bad at first glance until you try it..."
 
something that requires that $1.5B marketing money
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