Yesterday Microsoft released its new Surface Pro 3, but we are excepting that Microsoft will release their new Microsoft Surface mini that will be competing on the 7inch to 8inch mini tablet market, but yet release their new game changer that can replace your old laptop with the power but in a light weight form. Everyone was waiting for Microsoft to unveil the Surface mini but many were disappointed when they didn’t show any mini tablets.
Reports say that Microsoft wasn’t ready to launch the Surface mini; reports say that CEO Satya Nadela and Microsoft EVP of devices and services Stephen Elop decided that the Surface mini wasn’t unique enough to compete with major Mini Tablets on the market, not to mention the huge demand for the iPad mini. Reports say that the Surface mini isn’t a game changer when it comes to built-form and still just a smaller tablet.
With the said not unique form, we can that the Surface mini is not yet dead but Microsoft is still going to push their smaller tablet on the market and later this year we may see the Surface mini with their next event, maybe until now they are still testing on how their mini line-up can change the game when it comes to 7inch-8inch tablet category.
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