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    Microsoft released the starting price for the Surface yesterday, starting at $500 and going all the way up to $700 (with all the accessories). As the release date edges closer, what do you think will be the Surface's potential use in the enterprise?

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  • Open IT Forum: How should Microsoft position the Surface?

    Microsoft recently announced the release date for its Surface tablet (October 26), but Ron Miller thinks the company's focus on the consumer market is a mistake. How do you think Microsoft should position the Surface? Will you buy one when it's released?

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