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Surface is a brand created by Microsoft for their touch-enabled computing products. Originally used for a large tablet-like computer, Surface is currently used for Microsoft's line of tablet, comprised of the Surface for Windows 8 RT and Surface Pro. Surface RT runs on ARM processors and is powered by a Tegra 3 SoC. On the contrary, Surface Pro runs on X86 hardware provided by either Intel or AMD, depending on the OEMs. Read our full review of the Microsoft Surface RT tablet and Surface Pro Review

Microsoft Surface 2 Tablet Being Worked On By NVIDIA

08/08/2013, The first-generation of Microsoft Surface Windows tablets most definitely made waves when they were first introduced, although their real-world usage did not manage to live up to the hype set about at its launch. This resulted in Microsoft admitting that...

8″ Microsoft Surface Tablet Rumored For Q3 2013 Launch

05/16/2013, We’ve been hearing that Microsoft could be looking to launch a smaller-sized Surface tablet. Nothing wrong with the current size, but we guess there are users out there who might prefer something a little more portable. That being said, the folks over...

Microsoft Surface Pro And RT Firmware Receive Update

05/14/2013, The folks over at Microsoft must be mighty busy especially when you consider how they are preparing for a smashing public preview of Windows 8.1 later this coming June, but this does not mean that they do not have the time for other stuff – such as...

Bill Gates Says That iPad Users Are Frustrated With It

05/06/2013, If one compares how many iPads Apple sold with the number of Surface tablets that Microsoft moved in the previous quarter, one might find fault with this statement. However the former CEO and co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, says that iPad users are...

Smaller Microsoft Surface Expected To Be Announced In June [Rumor]

05/02/2013, We’ve been hearing about the possibility of there being a smaller Microsoft Surface since this past February, and it looks like those rumors may soon come true as DigiTimes is reporting the company will indeed be announcing its second generation of...

WSJ: Microsoft 7-Inch Surface Tablet In The Pipeline

04/10/2013, Steve Jobs famously mentioned that 7-inch tablets would be DOA – Dead On Arrival, and how he must be rolling in his grave when he realizes that his beloved Apple did conform to popular opinion by rolling out the iPad mini. Granted, it isn’t 7”...

Microsoft’s Touch Cover Patent Granted

03/26/2013, Microsoft has finally picked up a patent for their Microsoft Touch Cover, thanks to the good people over at the US Patent and Trademark Office who were the ones who granted this particular patent. If one were to be more specific, it would boil down to...

Microsoft Lets You Purchase Surfaces In Volume

03/19/2013, The Microsoft Surface did not really do as well as the software giant would have wanted it to, I suppose, but at least there is an initiative on Microsoft’s part now that enables business customers to pick up the Surface in bulk. Yes sir, we are talking...

Microsoft Surface To Arrive In Japan This March

02/24/2013, If you happen to live in the Land of the Rising Sun, and were left scratching your head as to why the Microsoft Surface tablet has yet to arrive in that part of the world, it is time to stop doing so, as the Nikkei reported that Microsoft will be bringing...

Microsoft Surface Pro Available Again For Sale In Limited Supply

02/22/2013, The Microsoft Surface Pro was officially released on February 9, to which it immediately sold out. It’s been two weeks since the Surface Pro sold out, but it looks as though Microsoft has finally supplied additional units to its stores, both...

Surface Pro Photoshop Support: Status Update

02/10/2013, Since we published our Microsoft Surface Pro Review (read it here), many people asked if Photoshop did work with the pressure-sensitive stylus. First of all, let’s shed some context: the Microsoft Surface Pro and its stylus are capable of...