…about a disappointing product presentation from the other day.
“We’re going to keep talking about the Surface until you forget we hardly showed any software running on it.”
“This unit is actually connected to HDMI, because it’s the only one that can copy files to the desktop without crashing.”
“We’re enjoying the opportunity to brag about ideas we didn’t come up with and designs you’ve already seen elsewhere.”
“We’ll promise almost anything to keep iPad out of the enterprise. At least, that part of the enterprise that’s still speaking to us.”
“I say ‘perfect’ a lot. I’m going to keep talking about how perfect Surface would be if it was actually ready to demo.”
“The precision, intricate engineering of Surface was absolutely necessary to provide these great CG renders you see on the big screen.”
“We believe Surface is leaps and bounds ahead of our Courier ‘release’ in 2008. We actually made physical prototypes this time.”
“I can’t wait for you to get your hands on this keyboard. Not that anyone here will actually allow that.”
Like the Kzinti, Microsoft always attacks before it’s ready.