Tablets are slowly taking over the computing industry as computer manufacturing firms aims to make computing as portable as possible. With tablet one can easily carry around a very light device and at the same time have everything they had on their laptops. A few years back laptops were considered the smallest computer as it was a big upgrade from the heavy large computers, but now the fate of laptops stands on the balance as Tablets are taking over the scene. Microsoft has released the Microsoft surface Tablets series.
The Microsoft Surface Pro tablet was released earlier this year, following the release of its predecessor Microsoft Surface RT. The new tablet featured some major upgrades and modifications. The Pro can now run windows 7 applications, unlike the RT which could only run a few applications on the windows 7 platform designed for computers. With the PRO you can literally have all the pleasures you enjoy on your current computer on the tablet. In terms of size there is no much difference, both having the standard 10.1 inch screen. Storage, for the multimedia files lovers, was also upgraded. The RT tablet came in two types the 32 GB model and 64 GB model while the pro came in 64 GB and 128 GB. Such space on a tablet is hard to achieve, Microsoft clearly put their best in the Pro. On the display, there was also a major difference which is quite noticeable. The Pro came full HD and a 10-point multi-touch interface, and big bump from the 5-point Multi-touch interface. This just basically means the touch screen will give you more functionality and navigating on the touch becomes a smooth easy enjoyable experience. The Ram was also doubled from 2 GB to 4GB, and both the Pro and the RT come with the basic normal wireless connectivity; wi-fi for the internet lovers and Bluetooth for the file sharing enthusiast.
Clearly the Microsoft surface pro was a double bump to the previous Microsoft surface RT tablet. The Pro tablet took portable computing to a greater level. The only major down fall with the Pro tablet is that as every feature was doubled from the RT so did the retail price for the Pro was doubled to about 800$ compared to the RT which retails for about 350$.
Samsung should take a leaf from Microsoft and at least make their devices different from one another and not make every Samsung Galaxy look the same, even though as one looks into the deep space where the galaxy lay, the sky looks the same; and probably this phenomena drives Samsung in the direction of their continuous monotonous manufacture, who knows…