The following video was pointed out by fellow MVP Cris Hanna.
The keyboard has been the tablet’s Achilles’ heel from the get-go.
Wanting to get any serious work done on the Tega v2 tablet required us to purchase some sort of keyboard/mouse combination. The Logitech DiNovo Mini met that need for our Tega v2 tablet.
The fact that the Surface will have a keyboard built right into the unit is a “killer feature”.
Folks that are spot checking their Live Tiles for something they are waiting for can touch their way through in a few taps and swipes.
Someone that needs to focus on finishing up that report or tweaking their proposal will require an extra input method. The Surface’s built-in keyboard kit is perfect for that.
For anyone that has travelled coach, the ability to disconnect the keyboard and rest it on our lap while the tablet itself sits on the now reclined seat table in front of us is going to be a really good thing too!
The Surface and other OEM Windows 8 product offerings that are going to be available soon are, IMNSHO, going to be a game changer for that market segment.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book