Sat next to an iPad user today.
He was playing GTA on his iPad, and asked to see how it looked on the Surface Pro 2 to compare.
I go to turn on the tablet, doesn't power on until 15 seconds later as it BSODs when booting from sleep.
Tablet final turns on, touch screen is spazzing out, thinks I'm tapping everywhere when I'm not. I reboot device.
I go to open up the game, the game crashes.
I google search the error, find an answer on yahoo answers and scrolling down the page does not work.
iPad user smiles, tells me I should have gotten an iPad instead.
At this point I can really only agree...
LOL, Macmee, you crack me up. You try so hard to make it look like you have problems. Almost too hard. After reading your many posts, I wonder how much is true and how much is just.... well, you. What are you on now? Three, four returns? Two, three bank holds at $1500 each? Each return takes 2 months. Each new device has the same exact issues and even some new ones. Countless BSOD's. Screens that don't respond. Games and applications that crash every single time you run them. MS Support experiences that are hours long and useless.
This post, however, takes the cake, As I said, you try almost too hard. But, this is just one person's opinion. I'll let the rest of the others come to their own conclusion.