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To say that Microsoft Surface and its trimmed down Windows RT tablet OS was not a success, is an understatement. Despite all the efforts and money the Redmond company poured into the project, according to most observers, they managed to sell less than a million of new devices.
But Microsoft is nothing if not persistent. And it is getting ready for round two very soon now.
According to Digitimes, for its second round in the tablet market Microsoft is working on a smaller 7.9” Surface RT device. The new tablet should be manufactured by Pegatron, with the display panels supplied by Samsung and NVIDIA Tegra CPU. The smaller Surface should retail for $249-299, and launch during Microsoft Build conference in June.
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