Four Microsoft Surface RT reviewers wrote in their reviews that this tablets was easy to use. Cnet.com.au said on expert review site CNET.com.au “The best of Windows 8 make RT a pleasure to use.” in their review of the Microsoft Surface RT. expert website Theinquirer.net said in their review of this tablets “If our experience is anything to go by, Microsoft has a potential winner on its hands, as the Surface RT is lightweight, well designed and a pleasure to use”. expert website Uk.hardware.info mentioned in their review of this tablets “The kickstand is very practical”.
A number of people concluded that the Microsoft Surface RT had a good experience. expert review site Goodgearguide.com.au said in their review of this tablets “It contains things that many tablet users have considered to be essential elements for a great overall user experience, such as a built-i”. Goodgearguide.com.au also said “If you're after the full Windows experience on a tablet, you'll be disapp”.
One Microsoft Surface RT owner mentioned in their reviews that it had a good interface. Expert website Stuff.tv/my/ mentioned “It looks a lot like a full version of Windows 8 Pro, with the natty colourful Metro tile interface hiding a more conventional Windows deskto”.
One customer who purchased the Microsoft Surface RT reckoned that it had a touch sensitive screen. Uk.askmen.com wrote “That magnetic cover cleverly doubles as either a touch-sensitive keyboard or “proper” keyboard that's improbably slim” in their review of the Microsoft Surface RT.