Are the new Microsoft Surface tablets realistically priced?
jhotz 1 year ago
How much are people willing to pay for a Microsoft Surface tablet? I just looked at the price and the lowest buy in is $499, going up to $699 for a 64GB Surface. I have been considering a new tablet for a while, and have been leaning towards a Nexus 7, but thought I would wait and check out the Surface before buying. I like the larger size of the Surface and the keyboard/cover thingy, but I'm not sure I want to spend twice as much for a Surface as I would for a 16GB Nexus 7. Is the Surface worth the money, or is it overpriced vis a vis comparable hardware from other companies? What does it offer that is different beyond the keyboard/cover and Windows 8 OS?
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