Have you been in the market for a new tablet device recently? Perhaps you’ve had you’re eye on the new Microsoft Surface. If so, you might like to know that Microsfot is seriously trying to gauge consumers in terms of storage space.
On the FAQ section of the device’s website , it is stated that the 32GB version of the Surface only contains 16GB of actual memory, whereas the 64GB device only contains 46GB of memory.
That’s nearly half the amount of space that’s being advertised. I understand device’s never come with exactly as much space as listed, but this is a bit outrageous. Perhaps Microsoft shouldn’t get so excited about a 64GB tablet until they can actually produce one.
Powered by Facebook Comments