Jan 9, 2013
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Surface Pro: an in-depth look at Microsoft’s super tablet
Microsoft might not be at CES this year, but that hasn’t stopped the company’s CEO jumping on stage to pass the annual keynote responsibility over to Qualcomm. While its OEMs are out in force with crazy Windows 8 designs and unreleased hardware, Microsoft is preparing its next step in the Surface family — Surface Pro. I got the chance to take an early look at a pre-production Surface Pro unit today, read on for everything you need to know about Microsoft’s next tablet.

Surface Pro: an in-depth look at Microsoft’s super tablet

Microsoft might not be at CES this year, but that hasn’t stopped the company’s CEO jumping on stage to pass the annual keynote responsibility over to Qualcomm. While its OEMs are out in force with crazy Windows 8 designs and unreleased hardware, Microsoft is preparing its next step in the Surface family — Surface Pro. I got the chance to take an early look at a pre-production Surface Pro unit today, read on for everything you need to know about Microsoft’s next tablet.

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