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The Surface 2 is portable and light, but I’ve seen lighter. Josh Miller/CNET Considering the comparable 64GB Apple iPad Air goes for around $800, the Microsoft Surface 2 4G LTE’s $679 price tag doesn’t sound like a bad deal. Not to mention the built-in Micro-HDMI and full-size USB 3.0 port, as well as MicroSDXC card reader it houses. The downside is Windows RT 8.1, an incompatibility with XP, Vista, or Windows 7 PC programs, and the droughty app store, all of which hold back Microsoft’s ARM-based tablets in an increasingly competitive market. Though the “best tablet” ultimately lies within one’s individual needs, if you need a productivity-geared gadget and cellular connectivity on-the-go, Microsoft’s “If you build it, they will come” approach may suite you. What do you think about the Microsoft Surface 2 4G LTE?
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