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Why the iPad is popular and Windows 'tablets' are not

Galen Gruman | May 28, 2014
When a tablet tries to be a laptop, people buy a laptop instead -- or a real tablet

Instead of making Windows RT work and seeding the market with compelling native apps, as Apple had to do with iOS in the early days, Microsoft is pushing Windows tablets even further into laptop territory. That's why the Surface Pro 3 will be as irrelevant as every other previous Windows tablet -- and why, when people think of tablets, they'll be thinking of the iPad.

Source: InfoWorld

 

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