Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Microsoft’s new deal to retain the Surface Pro from last year at a more affordable price. Then we talk about Samsung as their CEO has reported 40 Million Galaxy S 4s shipped in six months. HTC is next as they’re now pushing Android 4.3 and Sense 5.5 to the International HTC One. Apple takes the spotlight next as it seems that the iPad mini with Retina Display will see some shortages when launched. We end today’s show talking about the Google Nexus 10, and how it could be refreshed very soon.
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We may have panned the Surface RT as much as we did when we reviewed it, but the story about Microsoft’s original Surface Pro is very different, up to the point where today’s news are quite enticing for those of you in the market for a very powerful tablet-computer. The Surface Pro topped our list of best tablets for last year, and we can assure you that our own Adam Lein still loves it enough to keep it for an extra year because of its snappy performance.
As it turns out Microsoft has decided to keep selling it until December 31st (or until supplies last) and for [...]
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Sometimes, even the things that make a ton of sense, fail to impress. When Bill Gates announced the Tablet PC so many years ago, the idea took the world by storm when it came to making headlines. What wasn’t there to be cool about a portable computer you could write on, seriously? Well, the product failed to deliver in the bottom line for over 8 years, and the reasons why are still things many debate. In my opinion, the reasons why were mainly because the products were too big, too expensive and too underpowered to deliver back in the day. It just didn’t make sense to pay [...]