Microsoft Surface tablets launched on October 26

Microsoft will launch its line of tablet size on the same day as Windows 8. The information does not emanate directly from the Redmond company but appeared at the turn of a completed document for the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), the U.S. federal agency which monitors financial markets, the American equivalent of the AMF (AMF), former COB (Commission des Operations de Bourse).

In this paper, we read in a section on the division "Windows & Windows Live" confirmation that Windows 8 will be launched on October 26 and also that "the same time, we will market area, a series of devices manufactured and designed by Microsoft. "

Until then, no indication of a date had yet been given by Microsoft.

Recall that the size range will consist of several tablets by rotating different versions of the future OS from Redmond. Living with the processor will run on ARM architecture Windws RT (eg Windows on ARM) and versions with x86 architecture processors will be the host of Windows 8.

Remains the question of tariffs and precisely positioning the first prize in the tenor range surface facing the market what the iPad. Microsoft has not yet reported on this. But a few days ago (see our article), rates have appeared on the website of e-commerce Swedish

The first price area (with 32 GB model and ARM processor, Windows RT) in 6990 was SKr 826 euros. Even if one can remove a few dollars because of taxes practiced in this country on electronics, the tablet would be more expensive than the iPad 32 GB (589 €). As for x86 versions (and 64GB), first prize amounted to 12,990 crowns, or  1536 €

Microsoft Surface tablets launched on October 26

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