Panos Panay was literally on the floor when I walked into Microsoft’s Seattle store on Monday night. The vice president responsible for the company’s Surface tablets was on his back, with a crowd of people around him, simulating a reclined position with a Surface 2 on his chest to make a point about the improved angles of the device’s new dual-position kickstand. These are the lengths to which Panay and his Microsoft team are going in an attempt to win people over to their tablets. For more than an hour Monday night, Panay and Windows hardware scientist Stevie Bathiche held court at the Microsoft Store in Seattle’s University Village, offering a preview of the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 that were unveiled by the company last week. The talk focused primarily on the previously announced details of the tablets, but toward the end Panay was asked if Microsoft is planning a smaller Surface tablet.