Posted by Ars Technic on September 25, 2018 11:38:46 A new Surface tablet and a new Surface Pro 3 have been announced.
Both devices are expected to debut in late October or early November.
Both devices are powered by Intel’s new Core M processors and have an 8GB and 12GB RAM configurations, respectively.
The Surface RT will also be available with 64GB of storage, and will have an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU and 8 gigabytes of RAM.
The new Surface will also have a Type Cover that covers the device and can be customized to match the user’s preferences.
Both the Surface Pro and Surface RT models will also ship with an array of Surface Pen peripherals.
These include the new Surface Pen, a stylus, a digital zoom, a multi-function pen, and a stylum tip reader.
Both the Surface Pen and Surface Pen Pro will also include Microsoft’s Surface Book, a laptop-style hybrid laptop that comes with the Surface Book dock and an optional docking station that can be attached to the back of the device.
The Surface Pro has a 7-inch display and an 8.3-inch, 720p display.
The device ships with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and is powered by a Core M processor.
Both of these models have an Intel HD Graphics 520.
Both models are also available with 16GB of memory.
The device also comes with an optional Type Cover for $299.