Microsoft Announces the end of the Surface Mini

Anyone following the production of the Surface Mini already knows that it has been rather wishy-washy since the tablet was removed from a Surface reveal event held last May. Rumor of its demise are said to be related to the fact that the device simply did not have any distinguishing traits that would differentiate it from all of the other small Windows based tablets, so it was dropped from the planned line-up. Continue reading this story here.



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