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Microsoft unveils Surface 2 series tablets
  • Microsoft has announced its new own-brand tablet, the Surface 2 series, featuring Nvidia's Tegra 4 processor for the ARM-based model and Intel's Core i5 processor for the x86-based one.

    Last update: Tuesday 24 September 2013 [6 news items]

Microsoft unveils Surface 2, Surface Pro 2

Sep 24, 11:20

Microsoft has announced expansion of its Surface family of tablets. Two new Surface models - Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 - along with an expanded portfolio of new Surface accessories,...

Microsoft clearing first-generation Surface inventory

Aug 21, 22:02

Microsoft has recently started clearing its first-generation Surface tablet inventory to welcome its upcoming second-generation models, which reportedly will be launched in October...

Taiwan market: Microsoft launches Surface RT, Pro

Aug 5, 11:13

Microsoft has launched the 10.6-inch Windows RT tablet Surface RT and 10.6-inch Windows 8 tablet Surface Pro in the Taiwan market. Surface RT's 32GB and 64GB versions sell for NT$10,888...

Commentary: Surface RT a hot potato for Microsoft

Jul 26, 11:42

In its financial report for fiscal fourth-quarter 2013 Microsoft declared a US$900 million charge for adjustments to its Surface RT inventory, which created a US$0.07 per share impact...

Surface becomes a hot potato for Microsoft

Microsoft 2nd-generation Surface RT estimated price between US$249-299

May 15, 21:53

Microsoft is ready to announce its second-generation Surface RT tablet with an 8-inch display in June with an estimated price between US$249-299, according to sources from the upstream...

Microsoft preparing second-generation Surface

May 2, 14:51

Microsoft is expected to announce second-generation Surface tablets at the company's Build Developer Conference, which will be hosted from June 26-28, according to sources from the...

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