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  1. #1
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    Time to admit true truly "Pro" products aren't named "Pro?"

    The highest-powered Surface portable is the Surface Book.

    The MacBook Pro seems less misleadingly named if compared only to the current MacBook:


  2. #2
    4TYWuykOEz
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    Time to admit true truly "Pro" products aren't named "Pro?"

    "Hub" doesn't really evoke a specific market, but this is a device that reportedly is doing well in finding its market.
    "Studio" is exactly where a Surface Studio belongs...or if you have one you automatically have a digital studio. That's a highly accurate name.


  3. #3
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    Time to admit true truly "Pro" products aren't named "Pro?"

    It's easier if we accept that "Pro"-named products are probably being sold to someone as designed for professionals. That's a tipoff that there's a significant overlap with the consumer market.

  4. #4

    Time to admit true truly "Pro" products aren't named "Pro?"

    Pro = Profit
    ps. then everything fall in to place?



  5. #5
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    Time to admit true truly "Pro" products aren't named "Pro?"

    Honestly when I saw his comment I thought, well that is so concise and well stated that it kinda eliminates the need for discussion…in the end I guess not



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