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  1. pbloyd

    pbloyd New Member

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    I am now the proud owner of a SP3 i5 256. I have moved up from first a Surface then a Surface 2. Moved up because I got tired of being the owner of walking dead devices. I am loving the experience so far.
     
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    malberttoo Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Congrats, and welcome to the club!! :D
     
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    What's a walking-dead-device?
     
  4. pbloyd

    pbloyd New Member

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    WinRT. Microsoft is no longer building it and who knows how long the support will be there.
     
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    daniielrp Active Member

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    Agreed, the design/battery life/InstantGO gives the SP3 all the advantages the more "mobile" RT range had anyway :)
     
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    kayzee Well-Known Member

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    They've said RT will get an update when Windows 10 comes along, it just won't be a full version of the OS.
     

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