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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Laywer Sues 'microsoft' for Surface Storage; He Got Under Advertised!

Lawyer is suing Microsoft for selling him the surface RT tablet with less storage than advertised.
Andrew Sokolowski will be the Los Angeles lawyer who claims he bought the slate with 32 GB of storage a week ago. However, he ran out of space real fast, after replicating some music and Microsoft Phrase documents on his slate. Parallels a big portion of the 32 GB were utilized by the OS and preinstalled blog, like Word or Excel. Ultimately about 16 GB were actually readily available for use. Sokolowski’s lawyers are suing regarding false advertising and unfair organization practices, seeking class action reputation.

The aim here is to improve the way MS advertises the product or service and forces the company to offer back revenue/profits generated using the promotions. Microsoft has witout a doubt responded, saying that the suit is “without merit”. The company claims that buyers understand the OS and preinstall applications are present in the internal storage, so leaving less space available. Microsoft does say on its website that this 32 GB Surface actually provides 16 GB of free space as well as the 64 GB model offers 45 GB.

On the iPad, as an example the storage space for OS as well as Apple preinstalled apps is separate from the one of the user, so you get what we pay for, I guess


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