‘We Mean Some Serious Business’ Microsoft Surface Pro Shouts Out In Its Preview



Microsoft has chosen to offer a preview before the final show for the Surface Pro launch slated for the 9th of February. And what factor has it been banking on, you ask? Well, it is the PC-ness of the Pro!

The video, offering a snippet into the Surface installment plays on the sexy look that the tab comes with and the power packed features encapsulated in the sleek design. With a Mini Display Port connector and USB 3.0 port attached, the tablet is being marketed as meant for serious business and not just for surfing superficially. The former enables the Surface Pro to come alive for experiences like Apple’s LED cinema.

The 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution is also slightly pinpointed in the pre-launch video and we believe, this could be one of the best features of the latest outing from Microsoft. The lightweight machine comes only 13.5 millimeters thick and Windows 8 additionally ups the PC-ness of the mean machine from Microsfot.

The video intro line–“Sleek, light, and durable meets powerful PC”, seems justified as of now.… Read the rest

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Microsoft To Break Out Stylus Endowed Surface Pro For $899 On 8th February?


The Microsoft Surface Pro launch date has finally been announced and come February 8, 2013 we could get our hands on the much-awaited tablet. This tablet is powered by the Intel Core i5 processor. With Windows 8 pre-installed, the tablet is close to a laptop but harks back to its older sibling–the RT–in terms of design. With Surface RT’s ARM-based processor being labeled slow, the makers have abandoned it for good this time.

The tablet would be available in Canada or USA at a price of  $899 from 8 February. If you are there, prepare for you first date with the sleek tab installment from Microsoft. With storage capacity of 64 GB, the tablet also comes with a pen-like stylus. What we are excited to see is how it effects the reigning king of tablets, Apple.

Officially, the Microsoft store and other retail portals of the giant are licensed to sell the device for now.… Read the rest

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