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by Volker Weber

Ich habe eine Theorie, dass man alles, was man in den Händen trägt, irgendwann auch fallen lässt. Wobei 'manchmal' auch 'am ersten Tag' heißen kann.

Comments

Bitter. Andererseits endet damit die übertriebene Schutzphase schneller und man kann es normal verwenden ;)

Hubert Stettner, 2015-10-28

Autsch, das dürfte noch eines der raren Demo Devices sein.... They won't be amused.

Ingo Seifert, 2015-10-28

Nein, die kann man jetzt kaufen.

Volker Weber, 2015-10-28

Ja, in den USA... Vielleicht.

Ingo Seifert, 2015-10-28

Amy arbeitet bei der Corp.

Volker Weber, 2015-10-28

Und schöner ist es jetzt auch nicht geworden... Dieser riesige Spalt zwischen Tastatur und Screen. War das wirklich nicht effizienter machbar?!

Marten Andresen, 2015-10-28

Geschmacksache. Mir gefällt es sehr. Und der Spalt ist nicht riesig, sondern so groß, dass die Tastatur den Bildschirm so gerade nicht berührt.

Volker Weber, 2015-10-28

Yes, I pre-ordered it & it was delivered on the first day available in the US. I am loving the screen, especially when I lined it up next to my (work) Carbon X1 with the same picture. That made me realize how beautiful this screen is. And I like the keyboard a lot. They took care with the little things - I love that the backlights come on the keyboard when you start typing - you don't have to turn it on or off. It just fades away when you stop. This article about the dev process was interesting: http://www.wired.com/2015/10/surface-book-behind-the-scenes/

(And I am impressed that it handled that fall so well. Other than some cosmetic damage, no problems at all. But that was a nervewracking couple of seconds....)

Amy Blumenfield, 2015-10-28

Oh, I feel for you. And yes, that Wired story is very well written.

I held one in my hand when I met the Designer a week ago. Loved it.

Volker Weber, 2015-10-28

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