Microsoft Brings it to Apple With the New Surface Tablet

The new Microsoft Surface is a sweet little, elegant tablet type device that instantly converts into a something resembling a laptop and designed to take on the Apple iPad. The new Surface tablet, like most Microsoft products, will come in several versions, Standard and Professional, with the Pro version of course, being the cream of the crop with its magnesium case, built-in kickstand and in shiny thin cover resembling that of the magnet type iPad cover that’s been on the market for several years now, only this one can double as a keyboard! Basically, the Microsoft Surface, IS a PC, but it’s also, a Tablet, and something that most folks believe will be a smashing hit! Read the full release notes here.



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