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Surface Hands-On At The Microsoft Store

They look a lot like Apple Stores, but Microsoft Stores sell Windows PCs and Surfaces and Xboxes. One is coming, if not to a mall near you, then some place near an Apple Store for sure. I popped in to my local Microsoft Store to take a Surface tablet for a spin.
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The Apple store in the Freehold Raceway Mall had its own mob. The Microsoft and Apple stores are located close to one another, a characteristic of most Microsoft stores, as BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson recently noted. No doubt many people visit both stores. Where are they spending their money? That remains to be seen.

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