Microsoft is also planning to have a more aggressive marketing campaign this time. If you are one living in Malaysia, Mexico, Austria or Australia, you might just be one of the first few to get their hands on this new tablet.
What’s more, rumors suggest that this next generation of Surface tablets might be integrated with Intel’s latest release Haswell chips which ensure longer battery backup and graphics performance, among other features. With Samsung having its whole series of tabs, Google’s recently launched Nexus and the Apple’s iPads for the biggies, It would be interesting sight to see how successful Microsoft is to but also compete with the established brands.
One more constraint in the earlier versions was that there was a big gap between the announcement and release and availability of the device, which led to the loss of interest and an impact on the sales. As far as this does not happen this time around, we might just see Microsoft Surface tablets breaking its way into the market. The only question – would the Surface tablets actually be able to take on Apple iPad, Samsung, Google Nexus, and Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets?
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