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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Sunday 20 Nov 2011 12:52 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties:
>> Microsoft Surface Beaten By 65 Inch Android Tablet
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>>| Microsoft has been playing with the concept of touch-screen for ages without
>>| having developed any product that can be used by ordinary user or which
>>| targets a mass market.
>>| The company is now working with Samsung (the leading Android phone maker who
>>| are wrongly paying Microsoft Android taxes) to release their 40 inch Surface
>>| tablet running on Windows 7 and Surface 2.0 software.
> Ahhhh, that little deal might explain why Samsung "knuckled under" to
> patent troll Microsoft.
>>| Ironically, within a week of the announcement an Android tablet has beaten
>>| Microsoft's surface by creating a bigger -- 65-inch -- tablet running on
> Microsoft's Surface is capable of registering mutiple touch points
> and is far more interactive than Ardic's tablet. We are reaching out
> to Ardic to understand more about the tablet and what market they are
> What we can clearly see is that Microsoft's Surface already has a
> competitor and Android's reputation and the price point of Ardic
> tablet will pose quite a competition to Microsoft's tablet ambitions.
> The business customer who don't want ultra-complex Surface may choose
> Ardic's tablet.
> The usual cynical trolling ensues in the comment section. :-$
There is hardly a market for this staff and "Surface" is nearly dead. It
served as a marketing gimmick.
~~ Best of wishes
Dr. Roy S. Schestowitz, Research Fellow
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