Apple. The king of the technology world. Or so it was…. Since the inception of the iPad, Apple has had a clear cut stranglehold on the tablet market. While many very worthy contenders have stepped up to dethrone the king, including Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Microsoft’s Surface, none have been able to overtake Apple and the . . . → Read More: Tablet King Apple Slowly Losing Throne
Microsoft just released the Surface Pro 3, the 2-in-1 device that it claims is a notebook replacement. The tablet/notebook hybrid was unveiled last month and is currently available in two different models, both of which are powered by the dual-core Intel Core i5 processor found in the Surface Pro 2.
The $999 Surface Pro 3 comes with . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Officially For Sale, Cover Keyboard Still Sold Separately
It’s official, Microsoft has announced the newest tablet from the company, the Surface Pro 3. Microsoft made the announcement recently by saying that the Surface Pro 3 is aimed at eliminating the “conflict” that the company sees between laptops and tablets.
The tablet itself comes with a 12″ screen and kickstand with stylus support. In addition to . . . → Read More: Microsoft Unveils Surface Pro 3 To Compete With Laptops
Amid news that Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet has sold 400,000 units in its first month, Microsoft has announced that it will begin selling the tablet in China beginning in April. According to Microsoft’s Chinese e-store, the Surface Pro will go on sale starting April 2 at 9 p.m. local time.
The Chinese debut will also mark the tablet’s first . . . → Read More: Microsoft Expands Surface Pro Sales to China
Everybody has been talking about Microsoft’s Surface tablet since it released, though not everybody is doing so in a positive manner. Some of Microsoft’s partners, like Acer for instance, aren’t big fans of the upcoming device. Acer’s Senior VP and President for Europe, Middle East and Africa Oliver Ahrens recently told Reuters that Microsoft’s attempt to . . . → Read More: Key Microsoft Partners Not Impressed with Surface, Think the Tablet Will Fail
It seems that Microsoft’s new Surface tablet is already scaring away the competition before it has even been given a release date. Following the unveiling of the tablet by Microsoft a few days ago, LG Electronics announced that it has decided to put a complete hold on any and all tablet development efforts in order to . . . → Read More: LG Stops Tablet Development After Microsoft Announces Surface Tablet