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Posted on January 31, 2013 by Ray Yagubyan

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Despite signs that its Surface tablets haven’t yet set the world on fire, sales-wise, Microsoft appears to be moving full-speed ahead on plans to expand its lineup in 2013 with models of varying screen size, including a whopping 14.6-inch version.

According to MS Nerd, who has proven accurate in past leaks of Microsoft plans, the computing giant has a trio of new Surface slates in the wor

ks, including a “Mini” model. While not as small as an iPad mini, this Surface RT supposedly comes with an 8.6-inch screen and uses a Qualcomm processor rather than an Nvidia Tegra one.

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Having made a nod toward the smaller tablet market, Microsoft then thinks bigger with the other rumored new Surface flavors. One would be 11.6 inches and surprisingly make use of AMD’s forthcoming Temash processors instead of Intel chips. Then there’s the Surface Book, with a laptop-sized 14.6-inch screen powered by Intel’s upcoming Haswell CPUs and presumably endowed with some convertible features. These larger Surfaces would run Windows 8 Pro instead of Windows RT.

Don’t expect the new models in the early part of next year, since neither Temash nore Haswell platforms will have launched. But if these rumors are true (and past MS Nerd leaks have proven correct on a number of occasions), then Microsoft’s hardware partners will have even more reason to have their feathers ruffled as Surface moves into additional form factors.

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Microsoft Surface Pro – A laptop performance on high quality tablet
Posted on January 31, 2013 by Ray Yagubyan

By Ray Yagubyan

Microsoft is growing its Surface family of PCs. The newest model—Surface Windows 8 Pro—will be available Feb. 9 at all Microsoft retail stores, microsoftstore.com, Staples and Best Buy in the United States, and a number of locations in Canada. Equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor, Surface Windows 8 Pro provides the performance of a laptop in a tablet package.

Microsoft touts the Surface Windows 8 Pro as being “perfect as your one device” for use at home, in the office or on the road; it can run Windows 8 apps and current Windows 7 desktop apps. Starting at $899, Surface Windows 8 Pro will be available in 64GB and 128GB models. A Surface pen with Palm Block technology, designed to work with Surface to let customers edit, collaborate and get things done, is included with Surface Windows 8 Pro.

In addition to being able to buy Surface Windows 8 Pro in the coming weeks, customers will soon be able to purchase Surface Windows RT in 13 additional markets worldwide, more than double the number of markets in which Surface is now available. “The response to Surface has been exciting to see,” said Panos Panay, general manager of Microsoft Surface. Additional Surface accessories will soon be available, allowing customers to further personalize and customize their computing experience and get more done with Surface. Here’s a look at the new Surface Pro tablets.

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