We saw plenty of crazy transforming tablets at Computex Taipei a couple of weeks back, even some that ran Windows 8, but nothing that could have prepared us for what Microsoft itself is building. The company unveiled a pair of 10.6-inch tablets dubbed “Surface” today, and they sound pretty sweet, with built-in stands, covers with embedded keyboards, and cases molded out of vapor-deposited magnesium (“VaporMg”) with neatly beveled edges for a (hopefully) comfortable grip.
What sets apart Microsoft’s two tablets from one another, though, and how do they stack up against the competition? Let’s run down the spec sheets to get a better picture.
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