Announcing Nothing

Is it me or does it seem odd that after the announcement of the Microsoft Surface the excitement I read most about is the integrated kickstand and the keyboard?

I am glad to see Microsoft trying to do something different. Competion can force other innovations. I am also glad the Surface is going to be built by Microsoft instead of left to partners. But I find it incredibly hard to annouce a product and leave out the what I think are the critical things. MG Seigler says it best below.

No Price, No Date, No Apps, No Problem. No Wait — Problem

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