CNET took a look at the the Microsoft Surface Pro:
Here’s some of what they had to say…
Maybe you don’t need Windows at all. If your tablet is mostly for video streaming, casual gaming, e-book reading, and other consumption tasks, one of the current breed of larger-screen, high-capacity tablets might be right for you. Apple’s recent upgrade of the iPad to 128GB of storage puts it in the same category as most ultrabooks when it comes to capacity. But, the inflated price may make a Windows 8 product more attractive. For significantly less, you can try a 10-inch Android tablet, such as the new Google Nexus 10; however, its SSD options are limited.
Strengths: Easy to use, tons of inexpensive apps and media services
Weaknesses: Not considered productivity tools by most, limited to app store software
You can read the full article here.