Surface owners: give feedback to Microsoft, win stuff

Surface owners, Microsoft wants your feedback on the tablet you've purchased and is willing to give away $200 of Surface accessories to one of the participants. Not only do you have the chance to win some stuff, but it seems like a good opportunity to tell Microsoft about how you've found the tablet so they can improve it in the future.

Once you've signed up to the Surface Owner Feedback Program you'll receive an email in approximately two weeks containing a survey about your experiences with the Surface RT. To prevent any sort of trolling, you will need to provide the serial number of your Surface to make sure you actually own one. Also, unfortunately the survey is only for those living in the United States, so those with a Surface in one of the other launch territories miss out.

Follow the link here to get started with the program, and hopefully your feedback will help Microsoft address some of the issues with the tablet. It probably won't help the currently slim selection of apps, but word of the sale of 40 million Windows 8 licenses is sure to interest some developers who want to get coding for the platform.

Meanwhile, you can share your experiences of the Surface with everyone in our discussion post here.

Via: Survey

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Are you guys sure this is a legit site?

I don't see any info on any Microsoft page linking to this, nor do I see any proof on the survey site that Microsoft authorized this.

I'd stay away from giving your device IDs to sketchy websites like this...

I saw one! I saw a Surface in the wild the other day! I was so excited. Shame I was in a rush and I couldn't chat up its owner.

tytytucke said,
It also is a more expensive, complicated and cruel world. Get use to it.

I've seen bigger comps/giveaways from smaller companies and do it worldwide no problem so why can't Microsoft? they're being greedy and lazy. No other reason.

why would they expand such a small giveaway that consist of only one prize with odds of like 1:1000 just to make you feel happy?

tytytucke said,
why would they expand such a small giveaway that consist of only one prize with odds of like 1:1000 just to make you feel happy?

they shouldn't, but it would nice to include their OTHER customer base once in a while.