Microsoft Plans Lower Cost Surface Tablets to Compete With iPad

Microsoft Plans Lower Cost Surface Tablets to Compete With iPad

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Blackapino - May 17, 2018 at 7:08am
If you're Running a Celeron Processor, then...I should advise you to get a Chromebook. But you are right...making the price lower DOES pose some problems, BUT...I can assure you people by Laptops with i3's..so what does that tell you about Lower Spec Surfaces.
Mang Domeng - May 16, 2018 at 7:08pm
Lower price means lower specs. How can a power hog OS and apps run on an inferior spec device? I have a cheap entry level Asus notebook which runs on Celeron and it is way too slow forcing me to set everything to the lowest setting just to make it run a little bit faster. Imagine the looks of Windows 98. If microsoft can develop their OS lighter for low spec hardwares and make their .exe apps also lighter but with desktop class perfomance it will be a win for Windows. But forcing a full version Windows OS to a 32GB storage, dual core processor and a 2GB of ram, good luck in making it run seamlessly with heavy graphics hungry apps! For price, performance, and reliability, the iPad and iPad Pro still win the Tablet race.
FreddyZiffle - May 16, 2018 at 8:23pm
Using a celeron as your base for this comparison is so far beyond the times. Those shouldn’t even be sold anymore.
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