Microsoft Surface with Windows RT: 5 things to consider before buying

Buying a Windows RT slate is not going to be as simple as buying an iPad or Android tablet

By Ian Paul, PC World |  Consumerization of IT, Microsoft, Microsoft Surface

Early adopters can skip this suggestion, but if you plan on using the Surface tablet as a full-time tablet and not as an experiment to see how good Microsoft's first touch tablet is, then you should try out the device in-store. Surface will only be available at Microsoft's own retail stores, and the company is also opening more than 30 pop-up stores across North America during the holidays where you can give Surface a try. You'll want to try both keyboard covers to see how they feel, check the Surface touchscreen for responsiveness, and, if you're new to Windows 8, how comfortable you feel navigating the new interface. To see if Microsoft is opening a holiday pop-up store near you check out the Microsoft Store locations page.


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