Feb 11, 2013
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Bill Gates hits Reddit for an AMA, replies using 80-inch Windows 8 tablet
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates took to Reddit today for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. After describing Windows 8 as a “huge advance,” Gates also revealed he has “tried all of Apple [sic] products.” According to Gates he’s currently using a Surface Pro and an 80-inch Windows 8 tablet, the same used by CEO Steve Ballmer. In fact, he even used the device to reply to Reddit comments.

Bill Gates hits Reddit for an AMA, replies using 80-inch Windows 8 tablet

Microsoft chairman Bill Gates took to Reddit today for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. After describing Windows 8 as a “huge advance,” Gates also revealed he has “tried all of Apple [sic] products.” According to Gates he’s currently using a Surface Pro and an 80-inch Windows 8 tablet, the same used by CEO Steve Ballmer. In fact, he even used the device to reply to Reddit comments.

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