The tablet wars are heating up with two new players: The iPad Mini (rumor is that it will be debuted later this month) and the Microsoft Surface Pro. While Apple Inc. continues to dominate the mobile scene, netting a reported 5 million iPhone 5 sales in its first three days, the mobile technology world — and enterprise user — shouldn’t count Microsoft out yet. Sure, the current generation of Windows smartphones may never catch up to iOS or Android, but in the tablet wars, the Surface Pro has a few secret weapons: Outlook, Word, OneNote, “fat” desktop application support and a new take on digital notes with a redesigned stylus.
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