Back in June, Microsoft took most of the tech world by surprise by unveiling its own tablets called Microsoft Surface to take on Apple’s iPad and Android-based tablets.
Microsoft had announced that it will be offering two versions of their tablet, which will come with 10.6-inch multitouch display – the first one will be powered by an ARM processor and will run Windows 8 RT – the tablet version of Windows 8 and the second one is powered by an Intel Core processor and will run Windows 8 Pro – a desktop version of Windows 8.
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