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Microsoft Surface Pro – Review

Microsoft Surface Pro

Microsoft’s second tablet, the Surface with Windows 8 Pro, was originally announced back in June 2012, with a launch date pencilled in for 90 days after the ARM-based Surface with Windows RT. That’s fast approaching, and while a specific launch date remains

Microsoft Surface RT vs. Surface Pro: Which Tablet Will You Want?

Microsoft’s new tablets will arrive in two versions. Which is right for you?

The Surface Pro promises ro­­bust computing in a slimmed-down package. We haven’t seen any real Windows 8 software yet, so there we must withhold judgment. But Surface Pro will be able to do anything a desktop or laptop can do

Microsoft Surface tablets vs iPad: iPad being challenged by Windows 8 tabs

Microsoft Surface tablets are set to challenge Apple iPad. Windows 8 tablets are going to pose tough challenge against Apple tablets We have finally received the exact release date of Windows 8. The new version of the software is to

Microsoft Surface tablets: the differences between Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro models

Surfaces. Turns out, the plural form of Microsoft’s new tablet range rolls off of the tongue with ease, but understanding the differences between the first two models may not be quite as easy — particularly for the everyman, or folks intimately familiar with Microsoft’s other Surface. Two editions — Surface for Windows RT and Surface for Windows 8 Pro — were unveiled today in Los Angeles, and while the exterior

Microsoft’s Surface Tablets: What Experts are Saying

While nearly a week has passed since Microsoft announced its Surface tablets, details about the slates remain sketchy. What isn’t sketchy, though, are the strong opinions of technology watchers about the new devices.

Without doubt, the Surface tablets — one line running Windows RT, the other running Windows 8 — have their fans and detractors, but most acknowledge the

Nvidia confirms Tegra under the hood of Microsoft Surface Win RT edition

Microsoft may be tight lipped about what lies beneath all that metal and glass in their Surface tablet, but Nvidia have just confirmed that the Windows RT version of the Surface will indeed be powered by their Tegra processor. Now, they haven’t



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