Microsoft Surface VS Google Nexus Tablet
Microsoft unveil a its own tablet, it are extremely thin and light, and were designed with Windows 8 in mind. In addition to the more full-fledged OS, it packs a larger 42 W-h battery, an Ivy Bridge Core i5 processor (at least in the model on display today), USB 3.0 ports instead of 2.0, and your choice of 64GB or 128GB of storage (double the standard offerings of the RT Surface). There are plain (RT) and pro versions, but both have 10.6-inch 16:9 screens and built-in kickstands, the better with which to watch movies and TV shows. The screen cover detaches and works as a full-on keyboard and multitouch trackpad; there's a second cover that has an actual mechanical keyboard and clicking buttons.
And now, only the Google Nexus is mysterious. What do we expect?
As former romor, here is the round-up:
The Google Nexus tablet will come with 7-inch IPS screen, powered quad-core Tegra 3 processor, and the most important, it will only cost $200.
What do you want? A full function Windows surface or dirt cheap Google Nexus tablet? It is on your hand now.