32 GB of memory in the Surface due to windows

We have already seen the official pricing for each version of the new Microsoft tablet and probably many of you are curious why there is no version with 16 GB of usable memory. The answer to this question is very simple.

The reason for the lack of a 16 GB version of Surface is the operating system. Windows RT along with Office, takes up as much as 12 times more space than competitive iOS. Translating this to numbers tells us that the system needs as much as 12 GB of space and this is an official message, confirmed by hardware designers.

So, you can see that the 16GB version of the tablet would not be racist, since the user would have left at most 4 GB. That’s why the cheapest version of the tablet is a 32GB version, costing $ 499, which is a variant of the Touch Cover.

In the 32GB variant of the tablet, the user will have 20 GB of free space available, as the rest will be used for the entire mass of applications offered by the new operating system. Apple solved this issue a little better and on its 16 GB iPad, as much as 14 GB of memory is available to the user.

But we are more interested in whether all of these applications will be useful enough to encourage the consumer to purchase a new device.

Apple sued by a patent troll

Patents, which were originally intended to protect the economic rights of the inventor, have increasingly become a way of earning a living. It is enough to purchase several patented technology patents and claim compensation from the companies that use them.

This is how the so-called. Patent trolls, and one of them is the Texas company Corydoras Technologies, LLC, which has just launched the Apple process. The company accuses the US giant of illegally using its technology, which concerns iPhone and iPad. There are solutions for making phone calls and video calls, doing selfie, and blocking incoming calls.

The list of devices using Corydoras Technologies patents includes models available since 2010, all smartphones starting with iPhone 4, and all tablets from iPad 2 including iPad Pro.

The Texas lawsuit claims six charges against key technology for the functioning of each smartphone and is standard equipment for each model. They also include front camera, geographic display of data based on GPS, as well as sending and receiving emails.

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