Microsoft Surface

Microsoft Surface Tablet



Microsoft is about to unleashed their Surface Tablet on the world soon. The Redmond based company has marked the upcoming release with a new commercial.

The Surface tablet is Microsoft answer to the iPad and other tables from Android vendors. The tablet is set to come in two models,  Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT.


Windows RT Windows 8 Pro
676 g 903 g
9.3 mm 13.5 mm
10.6” ClearType HD Display 31.5 W-h 10.6” ClearType Full HD Display 42 W-h
microSD, USB 2.0, Micro HD Video microSDXC, USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort Video
Touch Cover, Type Cover VaporMg Case & Stand Touch Cover, Type Cover, Pen with Palm Block
VaporMg Case & Stand
2×2 MIMO antennae Office Home & Student 2013 RT 2×2 MIMO antennae
32 GB, 64 GB 64 GB, 128 GB



According to a new report from AllThingsD Microsoft is placing a huge order for its Surface tablet in the fourth quarter.

The report stated:

According to component suppliers in Asia, Microsoft has placed orders to produce 3 million to 5 million of these tablets in the fourth quarter. That is similar to the orders that were placed for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets and Google GOOG -0.51%’s Nexus 7 tablets, these suppliers say. Some component suppliers to Apple AAPL +0.79% in Asia say they have received orders to make more than 10 million units of a smaller tablet for the Cupertino, Calif. company in the fourth quarter.

Mass production of the Surface tablets began earlier this month, according to two people familiar with the situation.



Source: Microsoft

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