Surface Pro

Surface is a series of tablets created by Microsoft. Announced on June 18, 2012 by the then CEO, Steve Ballmer at a Los Angeles event in Milk Studios, Surface was the first major initiative by Microsoft to integrate its Windows operating system with its own hardware.The Surface debuted in two models, marketed as Surface RT and Surface Pro. Surface RT uses an ARM (ARMv7) CPU running Windows RT whereas Surface Pro utilizes an Intel Ivy Bridge CPU running Windows 8.Sales did not meet Microsoft's expectations, which led to price reductions and other sales incentives.The successors, Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 were released on October 22, 2013.
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  • November 2014 Income Report | Month #17 | + $5,268.63 PROFIT

    … computer tasks. The touchscreen functionality was starting to get pretty useful. There were a lot of other problems though. 1. Screen Way Too Small: At 12 inches, this screen was tiny! I found myself squinting a lot especially when playing around with my spreadsheets. 2. Can’t Use It On my Lap: The whole point of a ‘laptop’ is to be able to use…

    AffEngineer.comin Affiliate Income Reports- 37 readers -
  • Tablet Traffic: Samsung, Microsoft Gain, iPad Remains Dominant

    … +0.6 percent. Chitika clarified that the Microsoft gains do not include Surface Pro models but are a result of Surface 2 sales and usage. Had Surface Pro been included I suspect the numbers would be larger. The Verizon branded tablet, introduced in 2013, also saw traction. Compare the following StatCounter North American tablet traffic data. The numbers are generally in agreement: Apple/iOS: 78.2 percent Android: 15.7 percent Linux: 5.1 percent All others: 1 percent (Some images used under license from Shutterstock.com.)…

    Greg Sterling/ Marketing Landin Social Google Facebook Twitter YouTube- 12 readers -
  • Microsoft Revs Beat ($23.2B) But It Sells Less Than 10M Phones

    …”) revenue was $12.28 billion. Within those results cloud revenues outperformed analyst estimates as well. Azure and Office 365 generated $2.4 billion (vs. $2.3 billion expected). Gaming revenues were also strong at $2.45 billion. Devices were mixed, with Surface Pro 3 doing well and Windows Phones/Lumia devices selling fewer than 10 million units…

    Greg Sterling/ Marketing Land- 30 readers -
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