Bill Gates: A Lot of iPad Users Are Frustrated [Video]

Bill Gates: A Lot of iPad Users Are Frustrated [Video]

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Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates says that a lot of iPad users are frustrated with the lack of PC capabilities on the iPad in an interview with CNBC.

"With Windows 8, Microsoft is trying to gain share in what has been dominated by the iPad type device. A lot of those users are frustrated. They can't type. They can't create documents. They don't have Office there. So we're providing them something with the benefits they've seen that have made that a big category but without giving up what they expect in a PC."

Check out the video below. The iPad talk starts around the 8 minute mark.

[via 9to5Mac]




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Thoune - May 13, 2013 at 12:31am
Your friend die; now you can say whatever you need to say!!!
steve jobs - May 10, 2013 at 12:21am
Bill knows best, that's why he still alive...think about it, he helped humanity more than you know who.
jujubeats - May 8, 2013 at 5:41pm
are you sure mr gates? when i first gotten the ipad i used it every day compared to when i gotten a different tablets. i think you are wrong, i think customers are frustrated from the windows tablet
Robert johnson - May 8, 2013 at 4:56am
Bill clearly does not own an iPad. I can type and create office documents very easy. No LTE on the Surface - it's useless without it.
shawndh - May 7, 2013 at 10:30pm
Microsoft must be smoking crack with their greedy, expensive business model. $100 a year now for office. $100 for a keyboard. $800-$1000 for a low spec ultra book. I paid $20 for Quick Office Pro and $15 for a keyboard and I can do everything I need to on an iPad without M$Office. I admit Office is the best but there are other good options out there. Surface would be a value if they at least give you Outlook or part of Office included, but no - they don't offer any value at all. Just their arrogance. Keep up the good work while millions of iPad users continue learning how to live without M$.
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