Monday, July 3, 2017

New Microsoft Surface device PICTURED, but here’s why you will NEVER be able to use it

Leaked pictures have shown the Microsoft Surface Mini the Redmond based firm had designed but cancelled just weeks before its planned unveiling.
Microsoft had been planning to introduce the Surface Mini tablet alongside its Surface Pro 3 tablet at an event back in May 2014.
However, weeks before Microsoft were set to announce it CEO Satya Nadella and ex-Nokia boss Stephen Elop cancelled the project.
Now years later Windows Central has obtained images of the canned iPad Mini and Kindle Fire rival.
The Surface Mini had an eight inch screen with a 1440 x 1080 display, and it was powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
It had 1GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, and Microsoft also included a kickstand on the Surface Mini.
It appears to have a rubber-style exterior that would have shipped in a number of different colours.
The Surface Mini was designed to run Windows RT and support the Surface Pen. There was a loop on the kickstand where it would have been stored.
Surface boss Panos Panay previously described the Surface Mini as “like a Moleskine,” and it looks like the tablet was designed to look like a notepad.
In the years following the Surface Mini being scrapped, the market has shifted more from 7 or 8 inch tablets towards larger smartphones.
Microsoft have also focused more on the strengths and uniqueness of the Surface line-up instead of launching products very similar to big rivals.
This include the Surface Studio, an all-in-one PC, and a new Surface Laptop.
Recently, repair experts iFixit conducted tests to see how easy it is to repair a Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop.
They described it as “impossible” to repair and said it can’t be opened up without destroying it.
They labelled it ‘hellish’, and advised anyone hoping to repair it themselves that they were bound to “inflict a lot of damage”.
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