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.