Microsoft working on two Surface Pro tablets

Microsoft is currently working on its tablets and after initial reports now it seems that the device may come in two different variants. This report emerged in a publication in Taiwan that discussed the Microsoft plans for this year. According to the report Microsoft is working on its two large display tablets for this year. Both of the devices are reportedly the Surface Pro that may come with slight differences.

Surface Pro has also been on the list of Microsoft’s expected device for this season. According to details the tablets will arrive with some matching features. The device is expected in two display options one with the older 12 inch size of display. The second device will carry a larger 14 inch display. Both will add up into the Surface pro series of large display tablets that are aimed to replace laptops. In this regard the increase in the size of display seems to get appreciations.

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The differences in the display penal size seems much clear but still other points need to be mentioned. The certain report published in the Taiwanese publication doesn’t give anything else. Yet we have to rely on the earlier details out about the specs of the Surface Pro. As we have discussed before the details are of a powerful device that may actualize Microsoft’s plans regarding the Surface Pro.

According to the previous reports about Microsoft’s upcoming tablet showed some powerful details. The Surface Pro is reported to arrive in the market with Intel Skylake that will be available in Core i3, i5 and i7 options. The storage and RAM options are reported to follow the option for processor thus we may have the device in different arrangements of key specs. The operating system will probably be the latest Windows 10 pre-loaded with upgraded drivers. Microsoft is also expected to release some official info about the tablet very soon so keep with us for more updates in this regards.

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