Each team will have 13 Surfaces on the sidelines and 12 in the coaches box. The league owns and operates the tablets, which run on a secure wireless network. The devices will be locked in a temperature-controlled cart between games to prevent any team from manipulating the information.
I can’t believe Microsoft would let the NFL release the total Surface sales data for the quarter already.
The league’s competition committee placed restrictions on the Surface tablets: They can display only still images, not video, and they won’t have Internet access.
There’s an Internet Explorer joke in here somewhere as well.
There’s a massive joke in here about how completely useless Surface’s are…
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