Beneath The Surface: 7 Key Attributes Of Microsoft's New Tablet

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It Stands Alone

It’s likely that at least one tablet maker kicked itself for not thinking of this one before.

The new Surface comes with a built-in "kickstand," allowing users to prop it up on a desk or table for a more optimal (and less neck-straining) view of its 10.6-inch HD display. When coupled with the Touch Cover keyboard, the kickstand enables the Surface to resemble a full-on laptop PC. Plus, it eliminates the need for users to purchase a separate tablet stand, since it’s supplied right out-of-the-box.


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