Microsoft’s current Surface lineup is very compelling and it’s a very close representation of what Apple is surely doing in some other parallel dimension. They have a (mostly) unified line of products that take you from budget tablet all the way up to large-screen all-in-one desktop, and each model has touch, runs the same software, […]
My “brief” 2,000 word review of the Microsoft Surface Pro.
While the Surface Go is a “sub-$400 tablet” in the absolute sense of the word, it’s not really when you consider the basically required accessories you need to get for it. Here’s the whole set: That’s $627 just to get a working Surface Go setup up and running. That’s a bit more than I’d like […]
This is a multi-part review. Make sure to check the whole thing out with the links below! Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Hardware Part 3: Type Cover and Surface Pen Part 4: Performance, Where Art Thou? Part 5: Maximum Flexibility Part 6: Conclusion The Microsoft Surface Go is a product rife with contradictions. On the […]
Using the Surface Go for the past month has not made me want to give up my iPad Pro and switch to the Windows life, but it has made me look at the Mac with new eyes. Not so much macOS, which I still prefer over Windows for many, many reasons, but instead I’m looking at Mac hardware a bit differently.