Paul Thurrott compiled a list of quuotes of what the technology industry says about Microsoft KIN, that includes big three tech reviewers--Ed Baig of USA Today, Walter Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal, and David Pogue of The New York Times--this week offered their thoughts on the big Microsoft product release of the KIN. Here's what they had to say: Ed Baig:
Microsoft has unleashed a pair of promising youth-oriented handsets that go completely against type. The Kin One and Kin Two phones are neither staid nor corporate. They have built-in Zune music players. And they elegantly back up nearly everything you do on them online.
In the end, the Kins leave you wanting more, but Microsoft is well on the right path.
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