The main benefit Microsoft would have availed had it gone to CES would be congregating a bunch of different reps from various companies in the same area. Given a lot of these notebook vendors stick to the hotels rather than the convention center, that can help a lot.
But aside from that, I think a lot of minds are already made up on Windows 8. You either love-it-or-hate-it, and I'm doubtful that Microsoft could have changed minds had it been there at the event.
I dont know man, 2% of the market share is now on windows 8.... thats kinds of pretty good for 2 months old. The thing is windows 7 is a great os and you really dont have to upgrade to windows 8 if you dont have a touch screen.
With reviewers bagging out windows 8 people are reluctant to upgrade, but you see less and less review of people labeling it a bad os because people are using it and realizing how good it.
Apple is done, say teens
Future adults allegedly believe, according to research, that Apple isn't cool any more. They're more impressed by Samsung's Galaxy and Microsoft's Surface.
Everyone one has something different to say, its bad its good its whatever... all i know is everyone i have shown windows 8 and surface love it, hell every the windows 7 phone we have here at work people love.
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