Microsoft’s Surface tablet scored 855 out of a possible 1,000 in J.D. Power’s recent study on tablet customer satisfaction, landing it ahead of Apple’s iPad, which scored an 849 in the study. Samsung’s Galaxy tablets were just behind Apple’s iPads with a score or 847.
According to J.D. Power, consumers said that Microsoft’s Surface tablets were tops in the “variety of pre-loaded applications” they offer. The Surface also performed well in Internet connectivity and in the number of accessories it supports. Study respondents also said that Microsoft’s tablets had the best quality of materials and deliver the best design on the market.