New Promotional Video For Microsoft Surface Involves Founder Of Sweet Loren’s

Microsoft today posted a promotional video for Microsoft Surface 2 tablet. This video shows how the founder of Sweet Loren’s Ready-to-Bake Desserts, Loren Brill, uses one device for everything in her life – Surface 2. She used Surface 2 for her productive work on the go by using Office 2013, Skype calls and more.

Dual-position Kickstand:

The integrated Kickstand features two positions, so you can choose the one that works best for you. On your desk or in your lap, find the perfect viewing angle.

Productive apps:

Office 2013 RT2 is included with Surface 2. Get touch-optimized versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, and take Surface from plaything to workhorse in an instant.

Powerful ports, including USB 3.0:

Take Surface to the big screen with the HD video out port.3 The microSD card reader lets you add up to 64GB of extra storage. Connect accessories with a full-size USB 3.0 port and Bluetooth 4.0.

Petite but powerful:

Surface 2 weighs less than 1.5 pounds and is just 8.9mm thin, yet offers up to 10 hours4 of video playback. You’ll notice improved start-up time, faster content downloads, enhanced graphics performance, and fuller, richer audio.

Special Skype Features:

One year of free voice calling to landlines in over 60 countries and free Skype WiFi at hotspots worldwide.5

Improved Cameras:

Take amazing photos with 3.5MP front-facing and 5MP rear-facing cameras.

1080p Full HD widescreen display:

Surface 2 has a crystal clear, colorful display. Perfect for HD movies and Xbox games like Halo: Spartan Assault.6

Find the deal here from Microsoft Store.

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Pradeep, a Computer Science & Engineering graduate.

  • PoohGQ

    Now, all Microsoft has to do is put that ad on daytime TV and watch the ladies snap up the Surface 2 devices. Can’t wait to hear the numbers today..!

  • Zicoz

    2 Brok Girls season 9

    • HTk_Joe

      :)

  • RicardoDawkins

    Ad is stupid. Why fill a recipe in Excel ?

    • PoohGQ

      I’m quite certain you don’t bake commercially, right?

      • nohone

        Does it make a difference? He is criticizing Microsoft on the Internet so he is automatically correct. This could be a commercial about space travel, and he would knows better than a NASA employee how to do their job. If this were a commercial about the medical industry then he would know better how sequence the human genome. If it were about physics, then Hawking and Einstein can’t touch his knowledge.
        If you are criticizing Microsoft, you automatically become the most knowledgeable person on the subject on the face of the earth.

        • HTk_Joe

          Or at least recognize common sense that filling recipes in Excel is a bit silly.

          I guess some people so mean they have to get angry over ever little thing, maybe try chilling out a bit and stop attacking people who you don’t agree with.

        • PoohGQ

          Ha ha ha… I will refrain from sounding less knowledgeable than the professionals..!

      • NGM123

        What do you mean? He is obviously a masterbaker.

  • jaylyric

    It commercial was pretty good. I wish it showed that multitasking off. Showing real split screen action. Not that crappie Galaxy Tab knock off stuff that Samsung tries to highlight.. Good commercial though.. Now broadcast the heck out of it everywhere Microsoft..

  • Steven Luker

    I like this current *batch* of ads for the Surface 2 infinitely more than Microsoft had produced for the original Surface. Not that I don’t like people dancing with tablets and spinning on their heads, but the ads for the Surface 2 focuses more on the needs of real people and on what separates the Surface 2 from its competitors (MS Office, the type cover, the tablet working even when it’s NOT connected to the internet, ports).

    I have no problem targeting the youth. Just do it with a bit more substance like Microsoft *IS* doing now. These products are high quality and have a lot to offer the consumer. Just talk about that. (And Microsoft *IS*.)

    Good job!