• Microsoft is reportedly planning a new $400 tablet to compete with the iPad

    6 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Microsoft is reportedly working on a new, lower-cost Surface tablet, according to a report from Bloomberg.
    The new tablet would start at $400 and have a 10-inch screen, about nine hours of battery life, and USB-C charging.
    Microsoft has dabbled in more consumer-friendly tablets in the past, but has shifted focus in recent years to its pricier pro line of tablets and laptops.
    Microsoft could be releasing a new competitor to the iPad as soon as this year.
    According to a report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Dina Bass , the new tablet will have a 10-inch screen, rounded edges, and will be...
    Read more ...

     

  • Microsoft is reportedly planning a new $400 tablet to compete with the iPad

    Microsoft is reportedly planning a new $400 tablet to compete with the iPad

    6 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Microsoft is reportedly working on a new, lower-cost Surface tablet, according to a report from Bloomberg.
    The new tablet would start at $400 and have a 10-inch screen, about nine hours of battery life, and USB-C charging.
    Microsoft has dabbled in more consumer-friendly tablets in the past, but has shifted focus in recent years to its pricier pro line of tablets and laptops.
    Microsoft could be releasing a new competitor to the iPad as soon as this year.
    According to a report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Dina Bass , the new tablet will have a 10-inch screen, rounded edges, and will be...
    Read more ...

     

  • Microsoft reportedly plans $400 Surface tablet to rival $329 iPad

    Microsoft reportedly plans $400 Surface tablet to rival $329 iPad

    6 monthes ago - By Venture Beat

    Though this may sound familiar, Microsoft is reportedly planning a line of lower-cost Surface tablets to challenge Apple's least expensive iPads later this year. The new tablets are expected to start at around $400, down from the $799 starting point of current Surface Pro models. Citing “people familiar with the matter,” Bloomberg...
    Read more ...

     

  • Microsoft plans to take on iPad with low-cost Surface tablets

    Microsoft plans to take on iPad with low-cost Surface tablets

    6 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    Microsoft's new tablets are rumored to feature 10-inch screens and feature USB-C connections. They'll be priced around $400.
    The software giant is planning to release a new line of low-cost Surface tablets as early as the second half of 2018, Bloomberg reports. The move is aimed at taking market share from Apple's iPad, which dominates the lower-cost tablet market. Microsoft's new tablets are rumored to feature 10-inch screens and feature USB-C connections. They'll be priced around $400 , according to sources.
    Read more ...