Microsoft’s new Microsoft Surface tablet could be the future of laptops

Microsoft’s Surface tablet has been in development for a while now, but today, the company finally unveiled a new product that could finally be called the successor to the Surface Pro.

In a video posted to the official Surface YouTube channel, the official team announced that the new Surface tablet would be available in the second half of this year.

According to Microsoft, the Surface 2 will “have a faster processor, a bigger display, and a faster RAM”.

The new Surface 2 tablet will have a bigger screen, and be “slightly larger”, so the tablet could actually be “just slightly larger” than the Surface RT, but it’ll also be “more powerful”.

Microsoft has also confirmed that the Surface 4 will be the Surface 3, which is supposedly “the world’s thinnest, lightest, most portable tablet”.

The Surface 2 is actually smaller than the original Surface 2, so it’s not a big leap to think that the two new tablets could share the same specs.

In fact, the two tablets could even be called “the new Surface”.

But what is the Surface tablet?

What’s in it?

Microsoft’s official description of the Surface tablets is quite vague, but here’s what you can expect from the new device: A small, thin and lightweight device.

Surface is the brand name for Microsoft’s latest and greatest tablet, designed for business and home use.

With its sleek design and sleek design language, the new product is sure to be a hit with everyone from home office users to professionals.

The Surface tablet will offer a 4:3 aspect ratio, a 2048 x 1536 resolution, an Intel Core i5 processor and 32GB of RAM.

Windows 10 has been upgraded to version 1511, bringing some significant improvements to the user experience.

The new tablet will be available from October, so we won’t see the Surface Surface RT for quite a while yet.

But you can bet that the Microsoft Surface 2 and the Surface Mini 2 will definitely be on the way soon, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated as soon as we can.

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