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    RT & Pro screen comparison

    I'm in the same boat as others, I love my Surface RT and it does most of what I need. I still need to run MS Project and Visio, but are not willing to sacrifice battery life. So the only thing I can do now is wait for version 2 of the Surface Pro and hope that the Hashwell architecture will...
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    Working with the Surface pluged to the wall (Electricity) all the time

    Great, thanks everybody for your answers. Like JP said, I will use it plugged or unplugged and not worry about it. Galileo.
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    Working with the Surface pluged to the wall (Electricity) all the time

    Hello, I'm using my surface in lieu of my work issued notebook, and I'm loving it. My notebook stays off must of the time. As I am working on the surface in a desk all the time, I found that once I connect the charger to the wall, I leave the connector plugged to the surface, like any other PC...
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    Hello from Mexico

    Hello everybody, I live and work in Mexico, and the story of how I became the proud owner of a Surface is that of a lucky coincidence: I've been a gadget addict since I was in collage with my trusty HP Palmtop 100LX. Loved the little computer, and she loved me back thru all 4 years of college...
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    My Favorite Unexpected Thing About Surface

    My favorite unexpected thing is to be able to use many corporate sites, that I couldn't with my Android and iPad tablets. For example Outlook client for the web has full capability and I thought that it uses Silverlight.
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    Top 5 Killer Apps

    The only two apps Im missing from what it allready is available is MS Visio and MS project

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