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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface General Discussion' started by BubbaUK, Aug 11, 2017.
Read the report here:
Microsoft Surface Laptops and Tablets Not Recommended by Consumer Reports
The science behind that is astounding.
I agree, unless someone nailed the science behind predicting the future while I was looking the other way. Rather absurd if you ask me. Not saying they do not have their issues, but I've had one apple product in my life, an air 2, it bricked itself on the initial setup. My single experience means squatt. I think history has shown that these minimal participant surveys or polls to be worth the square root of pineapple.
It surely raises eyebrows when there is no stated breakdown of participants, just a 90k reports from all tablets and laptop's subscribers bought. Without specific figures, it could be based on 10 surface owners for all I know. Is there a data file or something we can look at?
I bet you the majority of complaints were due to problems with upgrading to Windows 10.