One tablet to replace them all? That appears to be Microsoft's plan for the Surface Pro 2. With its fast Haswell-class processor, a Power Cover for more juice, and a Docking Station for more expandability, this little tablet could go a long way toward replacing the traditional desktop or laptop.
At a Monday night event at the Microsoft Store in Seattle, Panos Panay -- the Microsoft vice president in charge of the Surface -- suggested that multiple sizes of the company's tablet are in the works.
Delta is replacing the reams of reference materials normally carried by its pilots with Surface 2 tablets.
Amazon's new Kindle Fire HDX, the merits of personal tech support, Steam moves toward releasing its own hardware, and Microsoft introduces the Surface 2.
Microsoft will hold back a smaller, consumption-focused version of the Surface tablet until it completes the Xbox One operating system.
One of the most common questions posed to Microsoft's Surface team Monday was whether the company would buy back used tablets so that customers could upgrade to the newest models set to ship in a month.
Microsoft has more than just consumers in mind with the latest Surface tablet. It's also hoping to woo businesses with features for making easier to secure and manage in IT environments.
You can order Microsoft's latest Surfaces today, but you can't buy all their accessories.
Painting a Surface tablet as a productivity devices should mean that an entertainment-focused Surface is coming down the pipe, right? Well, one version is -- a Surface with integrated LTE.
Yes, the Surface 2 is a truly impressive hardware specimen. But as always, it's what's inside that counts.