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I'm not an IT guy, just a frustrated Outside Sales Rep. I recently BYOD a Surface Pro for work. A HUGE improvement over the 15" 6# monster I had before. The company that handles our AS/400 iSeries Access had issues installing it on my Surface Pro. They rolled back the graphics driver to Intel...
As Microsoft prepares for its highly-anticipated Surface Pro launch, many experts and analysts believe it will be a better fit for enterprise IT use than its predecessor, the Surface RT. Which do you think is a better option? Will the Surface Pro be attractive?