In January of this year, Microsoft ended production of Surface 2 tablet and it was time for his successor. Rumors about it have been around since the end of 2014, but now it seems that the reports are true and the American giant is actually designing a new version of its tablet.
The beginnings of the Surface family were not the best, but with the successive models, their situation began to look better. Earlier this year, Microsoft reported sales of tablets and increased 25 percent and exceeded a billion dollars. At the same time, he announced the completion of Surface 2, so more and more gossip began to suggest the launch of his successor.
So far these have been inconclusive, but now it looks like the company is actually designing a new tablet model. The device will no longer rely on less useful Windows RT, but on Windows 8.1 with the ability to upgrade to Windows 10, which will appear this year.
It will also be equipped with an Intel Atom or Core M processor and will be targeted at less demanding customers.