Microsoft’s Surface 2 wants you to be productive

Molly Wood Sep 24, 2013
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Microsoft’s Surface 2 wants you to be productive

Molly Wood Sep 24, 2013
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Microsoft launched the Surface 2 tablet in New York yesterday. The company says the new tablet lasts longer without charging and is more powerful, too. Brett Ostrum is the general manager of development for the Surface tablet. He says Microsoft users have come to expect productivity from their computers and tablets. But a survey by Gartner research says tablet owners spend 50 percent of their screen time on entertainment and only 15 percent of the time working. 

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