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You fully exemplify my argument about WinRT's chances in the market.
I believe DColbert can attest that I've stated before that WindowsRT and Windows Phone have to battle the old WinMob's reputation. You've just stated that you won't use Windows RT and yet you're perfectly happy so far with Windows 8--which includes RT in the form of its "Modern" interface. Just because the apps you want or think you need aren't available yet doesn't mean they won't be. Wouldn't it be nice to leave that heavy laptop behind when you go to a meeting or a 'business lunch' and still have all your presentations and other talking points available? RT IS windows--proven by the fact that a jailbroken Surface RT has the full version of Windows underneath--capable even of running legacy apps, albeit not that well due to performance constraints. You're letting WinMob's reputation color your objective analysis of the tablet.