Microsoft Announces Surface 2 Release Date, Price, and Specs

Starting on October 22nd you too will be able to have a shiny new Surface tablet for the meager cost of only $900 as Microsoft unveiled today their new and powerful Surface Pro 2 tablet during their press event today.  The premium Surface table will start at $900, while the lower, entry level Surface 2 tablet will come in at $450, considered to be the follow-up to the Surface RT.  Both tablets will be lighter and include a thinner frame by comparison to the original Surface.  They include an adjustable kickstand, they will be powered by the fourth-generation Intel Core i5 Haswell processor with 8GB of RAM and will support USB 3.0 in the 2 included ports. Check out the full story here.



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