I sense a renewed excitement from Microsoft as it adapts to this more mobile computing trend. They may have been late to, but look to become the life of, the party. They also look to challenge the 2010-2012 notion of content creation vs. consumption devises. Interestingly, though, the Surface Pro and Surface 2 are very closely grouped. Both could qualify as 'the most productive tablet ever built'. And now there are these new BayTrail devises. I’ve read several comments to various blog post stating something to the affect - ‘Microsoft doesn’t get it. People don’t want to be reminded of work while using their tablets.’ A sentiment, conceivably, similar to the notion of a getaway weekend – an excursion to which work issues, perhaps even cell phones, are excluded. When people are using their tablets, it is just to relax. Personally, I find content creation to be both relaxing and entertaining. I suspect that this forum contains a very high percentage of likeminded individuals (though, quite possibly not indicative of the consumer market at large). I also suspect that we’d like to see the Windows ecosystem do more than just contend. Do these Windows inspired tablets have too similar a focus? Will they actually become their own toughest competition? Does Microsoft need to further differentiate their Pro/RT strategies to appeal to a larger overall percentage of the consumer market? If so, how would you like to see Windows RT’s focus modified?