Microsoft will hold this Tuesday a press conference and with this occasion, CEO Satya Nadella will announce the new Surface mini tablet and we’ll probably witness the launch of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 also.
It was confirmed that the new Surface Mini will be equipped with an 8 inch display and a Qualcomm processor which replaces the Nvidia chipset (many Windows RT tablets come with Nvidia chipset).
Last week, we heard of the Surface Pro 3 from Mashable, which stated by mistake that “adds support to the Surface Pro 3 camera”, although the company denied the existence of the tablet, saying that the statement was a typo.
Compared to other models, Surface Pro 3 will come with a bigger display, according to Paul Thurrott of Supersite for Windows who added that the tablet will be much thinner, measuring 12 inches.
Windows Phone Central announced that the tablet will come with the following colors: red, black, cyan and purple and the red variant will be bought only from Microsoft Stores. There are many variants of this tablet, each one having a personalized configuration and a different price.
The i3 model that comes with 4 GB of RAM + 64 GB of internal memory costs $799
The i5 model that comes with 4 GB of RAM + 128 GB of internal memory costs $999
The i5 model that comes with 8 GB of RAM + 256 GB of internal memory costs $1299
The i7 model that comes with 8 GB of RAM + 256 GB of internal memory costs $1549
The i7 model that comes with 8 GB of RAM + 512 GB of internal memory costs $1949
Plus, the Surface Pro 3 will have the “Windows button” located somewhere at the top of the tablet. Also, the bezel will be narrower and smaller.
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