Microsoft took center stage last week in Los Angeles, giving onlookers and web-viewers a glimpse of their new tablet.
Surface showcased features that many believe the developers at Apple have long overlooked. A built in kick stand, an integrated keyboard, flash card slots, and USB ports are just a few. Microsoft presented plans for two versions of the new tablet, but both will boast HD screens, lightweight portability, and a new magnesium alloy body developed by the software magnate. While many details about the upcoming release were left to the spectators imagination, all in attendance were left asking the same question: when will it be released?
For now, that question has yet to be answered.
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Microsoft’s recent release of the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 has gotten people talking. And there’s plenty to talk about.
Beginning with a redesigned start screen, the new elements of Windows 8 only grow from there. Taking a hint from their competitors, the new Windows Store offers a vast array of fun and functional software. With apps for music, gaming, and more, staying connected just got easier.
Windows 8 makes the transition from a PC to a touch device a breeze, and with cloud computing, your personalized settings are there whenever you sign into a connected Windows 8 device. Your apps, photos, music and more are available to you no matter where you are when you connect to the cloud. And keeping up to speed with your friends and family has never been simpler. Regardless of where you’ve added a contact, the People App brings them all together in one place.
And that’s just the beginning. To learn more about all of the newest features in Windows 8, click here. And if you’d like to take Windows 8 out for a test drive, you can download the Consumer Preview version here.
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