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  Reply # 808165 30-Apr-2013 18:17
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Kingy: Beauty. Are you going to write up a review on it? For me it really is between these two and because the ASUS has 3g it might just be leading the way. Would be interested to here your thoughts.


the Asus VivoTab RT available in NZ does not have 3G mobile broadband

the Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU in it is slightly faster than the Nvidia Tegra based Windows on ARM devices

ask away any other questions you have, I've been using once since October


Wait it doesn't? Bugger. In that case I'll be getting the Surface. That's really annoying. Is there any sort of 3g that works? Or will potentially work soon?


the Asus VivoTab RT out there currently doesn't have 3G, but the 3G model is going through certification

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  Reply # 810600 3-May-2013 06:53
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Quick question: Have any tablet manufacturers announced refreshed models based on the upcoming Intel processors? Haswell + 4G = A fool and his money, etc. Well, more specifically, me and my money.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 810607 3-May-2013 07:46
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GV27: Quick question: Have any tablet manufacturers announced refreshed models based on the upcoming Intel processors? Haswell + 4G = A fool and his money, etc. Well, more specifically, me and my money.


Expect the announcements in a month at Computex Taipei June 4-8



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Reply # 811173 4-May-2013 12:39
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I saw this today. 2nd generation surface?
http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20130502PD202.html



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  Reply # 811179 4-May-2013 13:06
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I hope that isn't true, no one is going to shell out top dollar for a Pro tablet at 9"

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  Reply # 811441 5-May-2013 08:19
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Digitimes has proved to be a most unreliable news source over the years

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  Reply # 817834 15-May-2013 08:09
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For the people who have imported their device, how you getting on with it?




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  Reply # 817837 15-May-2013 08:17
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Shindig: For the people who have imported their device, how you getting on with it?


great!  Its just the same as a NZ one except it has a US plug and no NZ Consumer Guarantees Act/warranty :)

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  Reply # 820159 15-May-2013 15:52
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Dont make me spend my dollars!!! arghhh ... hmmm




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  Reply # 820160 15-May-2013 15:55
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NZ is launching Surface Pro before the end of this month!

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  Reply # 820413 16-May-2013 07:50
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Exclusive info to geekzone!

Cheers Nathan




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  Reply # 820561 16-May-2013 11:52
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Shindig: For the people who have imported their device, how you getting on with it?


Loving it.  Would still like some kind of dock rather than having to plug external monitor and power in every time i'm at a desk.

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  Reply # 821215 17-May-2013 15:22
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If Paul Spain is correct, at $1,349 for the 64GB version WITHOUT the keyboard cover... Really expensive for my taste.




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  Reply # 821216 17-May-2013 15:26
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That seems to be the opinion for the UK price as well.

My brother in the UK emailed me last night and asked if I was still serious about buying a Surface Pro at that price!




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  Reply # 821217 17-May-2013 15:27
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Interesting to see that Noel Leeming are getting the Pro but haven't got the RT.




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