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In the wake of the recent Microsoft Surface tablet release, new reports have suggested Microsoft could expand its own-branded hardware offerings next year with three new and varyingly sized Microsoft Surface tablets tipped for a 2013 release.
The latest Microsoft Surface rumours, which have appeared courtesy of Twitter tipster @MS_nerd, who has proved accurate in the past, have suggested that Microsoft is readying three new slates for next year: an 8.6-inch Microsoft Surface RT 2; a new Microsoft Surface Pro to replace the existing model; and a large Microsoft Surface Book tablet with a 14.6-inch screen.
According to the claims, the Microsoft Surface RT 2 will use a Qualcomm chipset rather than the Nvidia Tegra CPU used in the current Microsoft Surface RT. The second generation Microsoft Surface Pro will up the screen size from 10.6-inches to 11.6-inches and swap its Intel Core i5 CPU for the upcoming AMD Temash APU. The Surface Book, meanwhile, will have an Intel 22nm Haswell chip – the successor to the current Ivy Bridge range of CPUs.
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