Some things in life are pretty much legends and make believe, such as unicorns and leprechauns with their pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. However, certain items, like the Microsoft Surface Mini, might never have seen the light of day, but this does not mean that they are not as real as the device on which you are reading this right now. It was widely tipped for the software giant to make an announcement concerning a Surface Mini device some time last year, but that failed to materialize with the announcement focused on the Surface Pro 3 instead.
Not too long after that, it was said that Microsoft decided to delay the Surface Mini for reasons that they themselves know, before Bloomberg reported on how Microsoft lacked the confidence in seeing the Surface Mini flourish in what looks to be a highly competitive market.
Well, what we do know is, the Surface Mini is a very real device – or was would be the operative keyword here, and should it have actually made it to the market, it would have sported hardware specifications such as an 8-inch HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM, USB and a microSD memory card slot, Windows RT 8.1 as the operating system of choice as well as Stylus support. Do you think the Surface Mini would have stood a chance if it were to be released?