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A picture is worth a thousand words:

 

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i saw the e.t. gameplay on youtube, that was such a masterpiece of *hit ;)

 

btw i like arm surfaces, there isn't so much software for them, but the hardware itself isn't so bad at all and i even like the kickstand and product design... :)



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i saw the e.t. gameplay on youtube, that was such a masterpiece of *hit ;)

 

btw i like arm surfaces, there isn't so much software for them, but the hardware itself isn't so bad at all and i even like the kickstand and product design... :)

History repeated itself somewhat when Nintendo relaxed their licensing restrictions on the Wii, which explains the influx of low-quality, bottom of the barrel software.



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even android had most "low quality" software when i bought my first android phone (Galaxy S II) but right now there is probably more software on android than on the apple store...

 

its just a matter of time for wp 8.1 and the future windows 8.1 for arm to get all the right apps...

and btw right now there are all the Gameloft grade A games and a lot of interesting apps (running native Office is a game changer for someone)

 

and the Hw quality is Great!

 

Let's see what Microsoft can do with the next Arm Surface 3. ;)

 

P.s

 

e.t. gameplay review:

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=gULY34J3x0I

 

Surface 2 review:

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=QUiTkVhpfss



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even android had most "low quality" software when i bought my first android phone (Galaxy S II) but right now there is probably more software on android than on the apple store...

 

its just a matter of time for wp 8.1 and the future windows 8.1 for arm to get all the right apps...

and btw right now there are all the Gameloft grade A games and a lot of interesting apps (running native Office is a game changer for someone)

 

and the Hw quality is Great!

 

Let's see what Microsoft can do with the next Arm Surface 3. ;)

 

P.s

 

e.t. gameplay review:

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=gULY34J3x0I

 

Surface 2 review:

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=QUiTkVhpfss

Not to mention the swath of spamware like Mobogenie, which resorted to aggressive marketing strategies i.e. drive-by downloads and rootkits on the PC client.



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OMG everything but NOT MOBOGENIE!



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OMG everything but NOT MOBOGENIE!

I'm more than pissed and annoyed over their numerous ads littering the place whenever I browse on my Android. And if that's not enough, they would occasionally do a drive-by download of their .APK.







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