A Refreshed Surface RT Won't Change Anything for Microsoft

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NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has confirmed to CNET that the company is "working really hard" on a second-generation Microsoft Surface RT.

In his typical outspoken fashion, Huang thinks a big issue surrounding the first-generation Surface RT was that it lacked Microsoft Outlook at launch, which he believes is "the killer app for Windows." Coupled with an upcoming Windows RT 8.1 update that'll integrate Microsoft Outlook, the hope is that the new Surface RT will be better received the second time around.

However, Fool contributor Steve Heller thinks that a software update and product refresh won't fix the structural issues associated with Windows RT. Check out the video below to get his full thoughts.

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The article A Refreshed Surface RT Won't Change Anything for Microsoft originally appeared on Fool.com.

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