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  • koenshaku

    Didn’t like it took a second watch to even see what was going on. A bunch of random colors flying across the screen of keyboards and office icons that don’t make much sense to me because they were so small before. Its a little confusing to say the least it doesn’t really drive home productivity well.

  • Blachlock

    What was productive about that at all? Come on MS we know you can do better than this!!!!

  • o0MattE0o

    The original surface tablet advert is the best

  • Buffett

    office productivity came across loud and clear very good ad..

  • http://twitter.com/Makavelli_Jrw Mr.InTernaTionaL

    This looks like the same ad from a month and a half ago. The only thing that seems to be changed is that it has a little bit more Office into it.. hmmmmm

  • Mark

    Lots of spinning, flashing, colour and electronic music. But it does not sell why I should buy this over any other tablet.

    • Kruegerman

      Are you that much of a moron to have to have it spelled out for you?

  • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

    Another useless techno ad that says nothing.

  • The__Truth__Hurts

    What will “help” Microsoft sell more Surfaces.
    1) offer all in Tablet-only options (RT in 32 and 64GB tablet only options, and Pro in 64 and 128GB tablet-only options)
    2) Offer “combos”. Combo includes Tablet, Stylus & your choice of cover.

  • Jonathan

    Given that the Surface was hyped as a combination tablet/laptop, wouldn’t they have got more advertising “bang for their buck” hiring a professional contortionist (with superhuman balancing skills) proving you really can type with one of these on your lap? Maybe they’re still looking for someone with four-foot long thighs …