"With Windows 1.0, we needed the mouse to complete the experience," said Ballmer. "We wanted to give Windows 8 its own hardware innovation. Something new, different, a whole new family of computing devices from Microsoft."
This kind of confirms to me my initial impressions of Windows 8, like Windows 1.0 the experience was incomplete without a mouse, Windows 8 is lacking without a touch screen. So why, oh why are they pushing the Metro interface into the server market as well?
Does anyone here managing an IT department see a time when this is the predominate desktop environment in their shop, much less in the data center?