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Ekrany Surface RT i Surface Pro prawie identyczne →

11 lutego 2013 · 07:42

Paul Thurrott:

For the most part, the Surface Pro screen is identical to that used by Surface RT when using Metro-style apps.

Now, I know what you’re thinking: There is no way that the 1080p screen in the Surface Pro doesn’t out-perform the 1366 x 768 display used by Surface RT. Technically, of course, you’re right. And if you really strain your eyes, as I’ve been doing to the amusement of my children this week, you can in fact see minute differences when viewing the same app side-by-side in both Surface Pro and Surface RT. But the thing is, they’re pretty darned close. Almost identical, in many cases.

Za to czas pracy na baterii znacząco różni się pomiędzy modelami.

Surface Pro zmienia reguły gry →

12 stycznia 2013 · 10:17

David Pogue:

But you’re looking at an entirely new kind of machine, one with new possibilities. It’s a touch-screen tablet, of iPaddish proportions, that runs desktop software: Photoshop, Quicken, the full Microsoft Office, iTunes (and Apple’s online movie and music stores). Desktop software on a half-inch-thick tablet. That’s a first.

David rozpoczyna pozytywnie, ale potem pisze …

So: should you buy a Surface Pro instead of an ultrathin laptop? Is this a MacBook Air killer?

The question isn’t quite as clear-cut as it seems. The keyboard cover requires a hard, flat surface — so you can’t actually use this “laptop” as a laptop in your lap. The two successful ways to use it are (a) in your hands or lap as a touch-screen tablet, or (b) as a laptop on a table or desk.

To właśnie bardzo ważne cechy każdego urządzenia dzisiaj i należy przed zakupem zastanowić się, czy i jak dany komputer będzie pasował do naszego stylu i miejsca pracy.