Lol the irony. "Dude you can't run legacy apps on a Surface RT you should get an iPad instead." Great now I can't run Office, connect a USB, add memory with SD card, easily navigate my files or connect to other PC's on my home network mg:I'm amazed at people who complain that you cant run legacy Windows apps, then recommend an iPad.
I certainly agree about the poor Surface marketing by MS; however, regarding the Tech journalists, remember, they are supposed to be Tech journalists and they should be able to figure out things for themselves much as we, the regular consumer, have done.Another "Tech Journalist" that just doesn't get it. I guess we could blame MS for not articulating the product well. Surface RT has to be one of the most misunderstood products ever launched. The constant barrage by such journalists in the absence of clear messages about the product from MS (all we get is dancing and "clicking") has been a product killer.
Very valid point - I don't think I've read much of anything that mentioned the weak demand - all I think I've seen is "Look over here!!! THE NEXT IPHONE!"People are tiring of the constant Apple refreshes, that dont actually make much of a change to the iPod. (Yes the iPod, iPad and iPhone are essentially an iPod) But often need them to change all of their accessories etc.. isnt going down well. Foxconn's sales were down 19% last quarter due to weak demand for Apple products. But hey the so called jurno's wont report that.