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Those waiting for a non-Microsoft tablet using Intel's next-gen Atom will have to wait until this summer
The Surface 3 was just released, but it's not yet ready to run Windows 10 as Intel is still working on the drivers. Update: they're out.
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Microsoft shows off streaming games from the Xbox One to a Windows tablet, and (not surprisingly) it looks fantastic.
Microsoft says it is developing a new low-end Surface 3 for schools, which it will sell at a 10 percent discount.
Microsoft's Surface 3 is the first device announced with Intel's Atom chip code-named Cherry Trail. So what does it all mean?
The Transformer Book Chi starts at $399 for a 10-inch screen, and $699 for the 12-inch model
As expected, Microsoft has launched a slightly smaller, significantly cheaper Surface 3 that ditches Windows RT.
Microsoft believes that screens smaller than 10 inches aren't used by 'professionals,' so don't expect it to charge for editing and viewing Office documents. Oh, and the Surface Pro mini -- probably dead.
Cool new features on the horizon include power-sipping chips and the Hello authentication technology.
Phones with screens up to 8 inches diagonally? Tablets as small as 7 inches? Microsoft sets some broad, overlapping spec ranges for mobile devices, especially Windows 10 for phones.
IDC says the market share for Windows will grow as global shipments for tablets slows down in the coming years.
This $149 Windows tablet boasts an 8-inch IPS display and a year of Office 365, making it better than lower-cost Windows tablets but still attainable.
From now until March 8, you can trade an old Surface for up to $650 in credit toward a new Surface Pro 3.