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  • bwu106 bwu106 Dec 11, 2012 4:19 PM Flag

    MSFT increasing Surface production and expand distribution

    well, so much for production cuts. Looks to me, this is really positive and exciting. MSFT, these Surface combination of RT and Pro has all the chance to win. It is a laptop and a tablet combination. Do not use the word, hybrid, use the world - laptop as well as a tablet. Pay for one, get the 2nd free!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • I would take a look at it if it had the Intel Atom processor.

      But I like the form factor of the Samsung ATIV 500T better.

      And the Surface is never a laptop but a tablet and tabletop.

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      • for someone like me, i just need a device to do simple work and use the internet, Surface RT is perfect for me!!! It is cheap, and it does all my work, and it has long battery life. Most importantly, it is a laptop as well as a tablet. It is light and it goes whereever i go or my kid goes.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Yes,

      Here is the article:

      Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday it has stepped up manufacturing of its Surface tablet, its new device designed to counter Apple Inc's iPad, and will introduce it to third-party retailers this week.
      The world's largest software company, which alone has sold the Surface since launch in late October, also said it was keeping its chain of 'pop-up' holiday stores open into the new year and may convert them into permanent retail outlets.
      The move suggests Microsoft is seeing some demand for its first own-brand computer in the crucial holiday shopping season, although it has yet to divulge any sales figures.
      "The public reaction to Surface has been exciting to see," said Panos Panay, general manager of Microsoft's Surface project, which forms part of the company's Windows unit.
      "We've increased production and are expanding the ways in which customers can interact with, experience and purchase Surface," said Panay, but gave no details of how many extra units were being produced.
      Panay did not mention names of retailers that will sell the Surface, but separately office equipment retailer Staples Inc said it would stock the Surface from Wednesday.

 
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