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A 400 $ New Microsoft Surface to compete with Apple’s Ipad

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Yes, Microsoft is about to launch a surface to compete with Apple Ipad. Microsoft has been working on Surface lineup with more of premium approach, proving users that what its operating system can do when combined with top of the line hardware.

But to help out creative professionals who look for a handy powerful tablet like a thing where they can carry easily, So this is the reason Microsoft is trying to open up its surface line in the budget sector.

According to the latest report from Bloomberg, Microsoft is about to release a $400 version of the Surface designed to compete more directly with Apple’s successful tablet by end of this year.  Yes, we know that every company including Microsoft with surface RT half a decade ago tried to compete with Apple’s iPad but failed miserably.

Specifications:

The new Microsoft Surface device is said to sport a 10-inch Display, directly competing with Apple’s lower-priced iPad segment. The current professional-oriented Surface Pro lineup starts at $799.

At $400, The devices reportedly won’t ship with a keyboard cover — To go along with the lower-cost device, Microsoft is preparing less-expensive versions of its keyboard cover, stylus and mouse.

Read More : Microsoft Introduces the surface Hub 2

The latest available keyboard cover costs an extra $160, while the new keyboard will be priced a bit lower. Though they’ll all sport a kickstand and feature a USB C port for charging. Like other Microsoft’s devices, it will run on Windows 10 Pro with great hardware.

Microsoft is planning multiple models to crack budget tablet sector, they are planning versions with 64 GB and 128 GB of storage and models that can connect to LTE cellular network. This new device will continue to have the kickstand for upright typing and watching a video.

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