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Microsoft is scheduled to launch Office 2016 for Windows desktop in just a few weeks — the first new desktop version since the launch of Office 2013 two and a half years ago.

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Microsoft gets a lot of grief for being late to the party and often following in Apple’s footsteps when it comes to innovation. This week, however, marked something of a turnaround. Looking at photos of the new Apple iPad Pro — complete with keyboard cover and active stylus — you can’t help but be reminded of Microsoft’s Surface tablets. Originally the 99-pound weakling of the tablet market, the Surface product line has grown to be a multi-billion-dollar business for Microsoft, with the flagship Surface Pro 3 being one of the strongest Windows hybrids on the market. Even Dell has opted-in to reselling Microsoft’s Surface products. So how does the new iPad Pro “super-tablet” from Apple compare? While the devices look very similar, and share many nearly identical specs, they operate very differently.

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