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The stage is set for the launch of the Next Generation Surface device which will be unveiled on September 23rd at a press event. The first generation Surface range cannot be described exactly as a big success. However Microsoft is making amends this time and tries to iron out a number of wrinkles
Microsoft will unveil two new surface tablets at the press event on September 23rd.
The Surface 2 Pro will be massively upgraded in comparison to its predecessors. The Surface 2 Pro will be powered by the 4th generation Intel Core i5 Haswell processor. The device will be having a 8GB RAM for quick operation. In stark contrast then original Surface Pro had a third generation Intel Core i5 processor and had 4GB RAM. The economically priced Surface tablet which will be introduced side by side to the Surface 2 Pro will address to the many problems which had plagued the Surface RT
The new Surface 2 will be coming with a faster Tegra Processor and will possess twice the RAM as its first generation version. The Surface RT was very slow to start and running the application. The Surface tab second generation will be based on Windows 8.1 for better speed but will be withholding some desktop abilities. The tablet will feature a screen with 1080p resolution. The screen has a kickstand and can snap to two different angles. The Surface 2 will also be available in white color and will also feature USB support.
The latest Microsoft iPad trade in program will give cash which will help in the purchase of a Surface Tablet or anything else from the Microsoft store. Consumers can trade in their iPad 2, 3 or 4 and get cash back of not less than $200 which can be used in the purchase of a brand new Surface Tablet or anything from select Microsoft Retail Stores.