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Two things instantly irk me with Microsoft’s Surface, Windows RT version, the exceedingly sexy tablet/laptop/whatever. Firstly, the viewing angle when used as a laptop is shite. It’s angled too steeply, and my eyesight suffered accordingly. Secondly, the Touch keyboard is a waste, and I instantly swapped to the traditional Type keyboard for some reprieve. I’ve written the full review directly on the Surface, so excuse me if my bitterness overflows more than usual.
Despite an initial negative reaction, Surface has some unique advantages over its competitors and these features shouldn’t be glossed over. Its design is fairly elegant, and it’s great to finally have an OS and tablet that are practically made for each other. It’s practically symbiotic. Yet still, an overwhelming set of niggling issues pushes the tablet into an uneasy situation. “Should I buy this?”, the answer is no. And here’s why.
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