And where would the fun be in that?
Messing configuring things that could work out the box is all part of the Windows experience.
Sign me up for a Surface Book 13. At the very least I'd be extremely interested to look at a medium/high-spec VaporMg Note/UltraBook.
I think this is particularly pertinent with the demise...
Apple sell a lot of premium laptops, so they benefit from economies of scale. Acer, Dell, Lenovo, Sony, Samsung sell a lot of laptops, but a small amount of premium laptops.
> I wouldn't be using VS on a tablet anyway.
I always thought the point of the Pro running desktop applications was so you could hook it up to a big external display when...
The punchline is at the end, when Windows Phone is 64 bit.
Apple put Darwin (OS X Kernel) on the phone in 2007. Microsoft put NT (Windows Kernel) on the phone in 2012.
Outlook has always had its roots in the enterprise and been function first and form later… but that looks like it could do with a bit of polish still to me.
I suspect the only reason European buyers get a free cover is because… well… sadly there aren't many.