Paul thanks for the info on the new Tablets coming out
this fall. i hope and pray that Microsoft works with Barnes and Noble and use's Windows Rt on a educational oriented tablet that comes bundled with Encyclopedia Britannica and high school/College text books and other educational material as well as the Apps that are already made and will be made for windows on ARMS CPUT tablets this is the best use for the Windows Rt OS because you do not need a full desktop OS like Windows 8 or 8.1 to make an educational tablet.
Please correct your spec info on the surface and surface pro. These machines accept microSDXC chips. You state they go "up to 64gb" in size. In fact, they BEGIN at 64gb in size (currently available) but will run chips as large as 2 Terabytes when available. Your information is precisely inverse to the facts...
It seems like the Asus Transformer T100 is the only one where the weight quoted includes the keyboard. It makes its specs biased against it, as its real tablet only weight is 1.3lbs and not 2.4. Either mention for each model if a keyboard is included, or not. For example am I to believe that the Lenovo Miix 2 weighs 1.3lbs with the keyboard? please correct.
I am very pleased with the variety of interesting designs coming out for Windows 8.1.
what about the acer w4? IPS screen instead of the grainy mess on the w3. Overall MS is a fragmented mess I have a surface pro and upgraded to 8.1 now the pen doesn't work properly. It is this type of issue which has kept me away from MS so long and why my main machines are a iMAC and and a Macbook air. The only item that peaks my interest is the Nokia tablet. I really like Nokia's aggressiveness when it comes to marketing and standing by their products. Without Nokia a large number of apps wouldn't be available for the WP8, now they are venturing into RT. I believe they will push and provide incentives for developers to create WinRT apps. Flipboard and vine apps are already running on their devices in beta.
I believe there is a reason the RT moniker is left off the Surface 2. It could be that with the release of Windows Phone 8.1 there will also be a revision for Windows Surface 2 converting RT to the Windows Phone 8.1 model.
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