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+ - Witness Ridicules Hands-On Reviews Of Surface

Submitted by Freshly Exhumed
Freshly Exhumed (105597) writes "Danny Sullivan over at Marketing Land has been tipped over the edge by various colleagues: 'After seeing yet another “hands-on” review of the Microsoft Surface tablet, I thought it would be interesting to shed more light on what exactly the journalists who assembled in Hollywood this week for the Surface launch event actually got to do with the tablets. In short, not a lot. Come along as I explain the hands-off reality of what I saw.' In response to Sullivan's criticisms, TechRadar contributor Mary To Many rebuts that merely touching something that does not operate nor even truly exist equates to an actual hands-on review. So, what do Slashdotters expect a "hands-on" review to reveal and/or include?"
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