There’s nobody in the world who annoys me more than me, because I’m stubborn and I like things to stay the same. That’s all fine and good except when it comes to technology.
Learning curves are scary!
You see, I’m a Windows Champion blogger, and I got this brand new Surface RT tablet with Windows 8 just before Christmas, but in spite of my excitement, every time I turned it on I just touched a few buttons, swiped the screen this way and that, and then turned it back off again.
Windows 8 is super cool but so different!
But embrace technology I always do, so gradually I found myself using it more and more and more, mostly as a tablet sans keyboard.
However, it came bundled with a super thin, lightweight, and surprisingly responsive Touch Cover keyboard. The problem for me is that I use a split keyboard with my desktop. so my fingers have an incredibly hard time staying on task without actual keys.
But hold on loosely; there’s a fairy tale ending here.
I hemmed and hawed about it but I finally broke down and bought the Surface Type Cover with my own cash money. And with the first few keystrokes, I was fully in love with the Surface and with Windows 8.
And with the integrated kickstand which props the tablet at the perfect work angle, I’ve been exploring Windows 8 on my small “laptop” and loving it!
So, things are looking up around here and when I get super comfy with Windows 8 and my sweet little gadget, I’ll give you a good rundown on things!