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There are an increasing number of writers and analysts out there who feel that Microsoft's Surface is a pretty impressive tablet. It's extremely well-designed, and will possibly allow folks to have just one device instead of having to purchase both a laptop and a tablet. John is encouraged by Microsoft's willingness to challenge Apple in this space, and feels that its new tablet is a sign that Microsoft remains a leader in innovation. Ultimately, Microsoft offers investors a pretty attractive total return opportunity, and may be worth a second look.
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