Watch This Surface 2 Recap Video Detailing The Experience After A Month Of Use

Watch This Surface 2 Recap Video Detailing The Experience After A Month Of Use

Recaps are always amazing. More so for technology products and services. What makes them so outstanding, particularly for potential buyers, is the fact that reviewers revisit a specific item after using it for an extended period of time.

When it comes to the recently released second generation Surface tablets, you may find a hundred and one reviews on these slates. But luckily, people are also starting to post their recaps, sharing their views after using the tablets for a few weeks.

Below is one such user review on the Surface 2, the Windows RT 8.1 powered device. This detailed new video is created by Dalvin who has been using Microsoft’s second generation tablet for around a month.

You can watch the clip here:

Dalvin provides a detailed look at the usage experience during this time, not only going over some of the reported issues with the audio of the tablet (along with a fix), but also a few other topics like the onscreen keyboard, build quality and the overall software experience.

A pretty neat recap, rather handy if you are researching before buying the Surface 2.

  • Ray C

    This was a good recap, but I don’t find most of the negatives to be an issue. There is no major problem or design flaw. All the issues he experience will eventually be fixed with a patch. As for apps, by the time the Spring or Summer gets here there will be many more apps. Right now it just comes down to what you need. There might be some people who need more of the apps that are on iOS and Android, and some might not. I will probably be almost a year before I get one unless I catch a holiday sale on either generation because I just can’t justify buying any tech in the first 6 months to a year it is out.

    • Ray C

      But I will say this most of what he said is exactly how most reviews of Surface should have always been. Too many only focus on the negative or just stop at the fact that it’s not x86 Windows as if desktop Windows is the only product they’re allowed to make.