Microsoft compares the Dell XPS 10 Windows RT tablet to an iPad (video)
Microsoft has put up a new video comparing the Windows RT powered Dell XPS 10 tablet against Apple’s flagship iPad device. The video pokes fun at what the iPad can’t apparently do compared to the Windows RT device.
The video starts off with Microsoft demonstrating how you can use gestures to control how you view the Start Screen, while the iPad forces you to see the primary screen without any adjustments via figure gestures and stating “I don’t zoom like that.” Microsoft also pokes fun at the iPad’s inability to use an SD card. Microsoft also highlights how you can do two things at once via Snap mode in Windows RT. Finally, the video ends with the price comparison between the two devices and the iPad stating “Oh thats not cool!”
Microsoft also recently compared the Apple iPad with the Asus VivoTab RT. Microsoft showed off that the Windows RT tablet is thinner, weighs less, comes with Microsoft Office 2013, Windows RT’s multitasking abilities via Snap mode, and built-in Micro SD card reader on the VivoTab RT. You can check out the latest video below.