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Microsoft's pocketable surface sounds like a bad idea



1; Microsoft first tried to compete with changes to Windows Mobile when that failed, with the release of Windows Phone and finally Windows 10 for mobile phones. Those initiatives are now dead, along with Nokia's mobile phone business, which swallowed Microsoft 2013 in a recent desperate attempt to swallow in the mobile business.

The company has done an admirable job using other hardware, such as its Surface family of computers running Windows 10. Revenue from this segment increased 32 percent year-on-year in the third quarter, suggesting that branding is finally reaching consumers.

These are full-fledged computers and tablets and no devices that fit in our pockets. Renderings that are considered correct by The Verge suggest that Microsoft's "Andromeda" interface will have a touch-screen display that can be split in half. This means that customers are likely to need to interact with Windows 10 – I do not think Microsoft will try another mobile operating system – without a keyboard. A included stylus could help, even if that smells like the poké-and-type days of Windows Mobile and PDAs.


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