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Possible Surface Pro Battery Add-On Hinted

An Ask Me Anything or an AMA session was held by the Surface team on Reddit recently. The session, which was led by Panos Panay, discussed the soon-to-be-released Microsoft Surface Pro tablet. The discussion also hinted at possible accessories that are linked to Read More →

More IT Workers Prefer A Windows-based Tablet Like The Surface Pro

A review was reportedly made on the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet┬áprior to its official launch this coming Saturday, a ReadWriteWeb.com report revealed. More businesses are expected to use the Windows 8 Pro powered tablet since it will be able to run the newer Read More →

Costco To Offer Microsoft Surface RT Tablet

The local Costco outlet may be the best place to purchase the Surface RT tablet, according to a recent wpcentral.com report. Aside from Staples, Best Buy and the Microsoft Store, the Microsoft Surface tablet is now available through Costco in addition to the Read More →

Designer Touch Covers To Enter The Market Together With The Surface Pro

The Microsoft Surface Pro will enter the market on February 9, and it appears it will be accompanied with a new set of Surface Touch Covers, according to a wpcentral.com report. Three artists were behind the design of these laser-etched Touch covers, which are Read More →

Outlook for Surface RT Being Tested By Microsoft

A zdnet.com report hinted at the possibility that the Outlook version for Windows RT devices was already completed by Microsoft and is already testing it. The Outlook for Surface RT tablet of Microsoft and other tablets and PCs using the Windows RT.

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More Models Of Microsoft Surface Tablet Expected In The Future

The fourth quarter earnings of Microsoft for 2012 reached $21.46 billion due to the increased revenue of the Windows division of the company. However, no specific figures were revealed by the company in the sales of the Microsoft Surface tablet. Microsoft CFO Peter Klein revealed that the company Read More →

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