Ok, I get you.Oh I definitely think there is a market for Modern. I was referring to Surface Pro, Surface, Surface 2... no way at all for the uninitiated to distinguish between which is which. The RT devices should have been their own brand, called something completely different.
But play along with me as I play Devil's advocate for a bit...
So what's the difference between the following types of consumers?
- Someone who knowingly buys a Surface because all he/she needs are Modern UI apps from the Store;
- Someone who knowingly buys a Surface Pro because he/she has one or two Windows Desktop applications that they absolutely need. Apart from those couple of Desktop apps, the Modern UI apps fill their needs;
- Someone who knowingly buys a Surface Pro because he/he is Windows Desktop-based, but is interested in transitioning to Modern UI apps--however slow the process may be.