Some people who purchased the Microsoft Surface RT agreed that it was easy to use. Cnet.com.au mentioned in their review of this tablets on CNET.com.au “The best of Windows 8 make RT a pleasure to use.” but despite that only scored it 60 out of 100. Expert review site Theinquirer.net said “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”. Uk.hardware.info wrote “The kickstand is very practical”.
Several Microsoft Surface RT reviewers who reviewed the product said that it had a good experience. Goodgearguide.com.au said on Good Gear Guide.com.au four years ago “It contains things that many tablet users have considered to be essential elements for a great overall user experience, such as a built-i” in their Microsoft Surface RT review. Goodgearguide.com.au also mentioned “If you're after the full Windows experience on a tablet, you'll be disapp”.
One person who reviewed this tablets thought it had a good interface. Stuff.tv/my/ said “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” in their review of the Microsoft Surface RT and gave it a score of 80 out of 100.
One Microsoft Surface RT owner said in their reviews that this tablets had a touch sensitive screen. Expert website Uk.askmen.com wrote two years ago “That magnetic cover cleverly doubles as either a touch-sensitive keyboard or “proper” keyboard that's improbably slim”.