US-based tech and IT company Microsoft is likely to create a lot of buzz and news in the coming week as it is expected to launch Surface Pro 3 tablet in its upcoming event.
When Microsoft started inviting people for the event scheduled to be held on May 20 2014, it was highly predicted that the company is all set to launch a Surface Mini tablet. While the company is expected to launch the Surface Mini at the event, it is highly possible that the company would announce the launch of a new-generation Surface Pro tablet.
According to a Twitter user post on May 14, Microsoft has initiated a new Support page on its website that is featuring the “Surface Pro 3 camera.” The page in question gives a detailed description of how to add recording support for H.264 with the Surface Pro 3.
While there is a high possibility that the page is actually pointing out to the Surface Pro 2 camera and the Surface Pro 3 appeared as a typo, there may be a possibility that Microsoft is all geared up to unleash a new flagship tablet.
Microsoft entered into the tablet market back in 2012 with the launch of its own-brand slates – the Surface RT and the Surface Pro. However, the tablets were not successful in the market, especially the RT model, but the company again launched a second generation in 2013 with its new Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2. The company is now planning to enhance its tablet market presence with the launch of a new Surface Mini and Surface Pro 3.
The company has not yet disclosed any plans related to the launch of a Surface Mini or a third-generation Surface Pro, so take everything as a rumor. The clear picture will be out on May 20 when the company will conduct its event.