Microsoft’s new Surface tablet is quirky and occasionally awkward, and demands a fair amount of patience (and practice) from its users. But for lawyers thinking of buying a tablet, it warrants serious consideration. Flaws and all, the Surface does a better job of replicating the PC experience than any other tablet on the market — including Apple’s iPad. It brings several innovative features to the table; it is compatible, right out of the box, with all manner of USB devices; and has one huge advantage: official, full-featured Microsoft Office software built right in.
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