Let's stop harping on it. We've already discussed Microsoft's failures and shortcomings with their first generation of Surface and Surface RT devices. The company's $900 million dollar mistake has been bounced around along with Steve Ballmer's tenure ad nauseam and so it's probably no surprise that more than a few pundits and analysts are sounding off so negatively regarding Microsoft's recent Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 unveiling earlier this week. They're too big, too expensive, not retina, too "Windows RT," whatever. What is it about Microsoft that seemingly draws such a critical eye these days, especially when it comes to mobile?
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