Friday, November 30, 2012

Microsoft admits he should have been more aggressive with the iPad

No one is aware that the products of the family iPad are enemies to beat in the world of tablets. I have been since the explosion of this new market segment, and it seems that it will continue to be for a few more years.

Although Microsoft's priority remains its new operating system, Windows 8, the truth is that would love nothing more than your new tablet Surface triumph in the eyes of critics and audiences. However, it appears that this is not so and so Steve Balmer, CEO of Microsoft, has confided in some U.S. media.

According to Electronista, Balmer announced to its shareholders at an annual meeting on Wall Street are not taking advantage of the opportunities offered by innovation, which affected the braking of the benefits of investors.

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He also admitted that Microsoft should have designed, developed and released their tablet Surface long before Apple had done with the whole market. Have been slow to adapt to the process of innovation in software and hardware, which comes when the train was leaving.

However, as a good CEO is confident that his company following movements in the world of tablets, will give good results. He added that he was very pleased with the level of innovation achieved by its designers and engineers.

Do any of you have the Microsoft Surface? Are you happy with your performance? Do you think that the Redmond company has been late to juicy market for tablets, or you still have a chance? In my opinion, the tablet has not liked as much as you would expect from a device on which they had placed too many bets. What do you think?

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