, wkempf wrote

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The same can be said for laptops, yet that's done all the time in the real world. Typically, it means docking the device in order to get full sized keyboards, mice, large/multiple monitors, etc. That will work fine with the Surface Pro.

Am I the only one who notices that once computing is truly portable, we get a raft of folks who are now complaining that it's too portable?

It seems like all the technology companies should have just concentrated inventing a desk that will follow you around...