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Another shopper, who said he worked in finance and asked not to be named, also had his eye on the Pro. "I have an iPad, but the most frustrating thing is you can't do work on it. If the Pro works like it's supposed to, then I don't need a laptop, and I don't need an iPad, I can do everything I need to do work-wise [on the Pro]," he said.
"The thing that pisses me off is that this feels a little half-baked, like they rushed it out for holiday. It's bizarre they came out with RT first. I think it's most important they get enterprise/office users first."
The man, who went on to admit he was a Microsoft shareholder, drew comparisons between the Surface and the first iPad, which looks "archaic" next to the iPad 3. "In a year I think that this [the Surface] will be much better. I'm impressed. When you're a shareholder, you expect the worst," he said.
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