Which makes more sense for business users, the 128GB iPad or Surface Pro?
landon 1 year ago
My first thought at seeing the new $799 128GB iPad was, that it was a catch up model to keep its specs competitive with the $999 Surface Pro 128GB. Now, I'm not so sure that the Surface needs to catch up to the 128GB iPad after learning that Windows 8 takes up 45GB of the Surface Pro's storage. Storage isn't everything, obviously, and the Surface Pro was designed to enterprise use, so I'm not sure which way to go. Which would you get, the 128GB iPad or the (ostensibly) 128GB Surface Pro?
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