Originally Posted by fjtorres
There are *two* surfaces, you know.
The WindSurf RT model is consumer focused. (Hint: bundled Office *HOME AND STUDENT*.)
There's more to the consumer market than just media consumption.
(Though the RT Surface will do that two, with its bundled SmartGlass app.)
The RT model is most likely coming with bundled Nook app too; they paid a nice chunk of change in return for a slice of the ebooks sold through it so they might as well use it.
I know there are two models, but even the cheapest one is priced way above the average consumers liking. Comparably priced 32GB and 64GB means a price tag to match the iPad. In other words, $600 and $700 for WiFi; and $700+ and $800+ for cellular models.