Microsoft is all set to launch the much awaited Surface Pro tablets on 23 September, 2013 and has also sent invites to the media for the event that will be held in New York City, reported The Verge.
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There have been a lot of leaks about the upcoming Surface Pro tablets, Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2, and now the Redmond-based company will finally unveil the devices, which are speculated to be the updated versions of the existing Surface RT and Surface Pro models. An anonymous source also revealed to The Verge that the tech giant will unveil a rumoured Surface mini on the same date.
The upcoming Surface 2 is expected to have a two-stage kickstand, but the tech giant does not seem to have worked much on the main design of the tablets as it will be similar to the existing tablets.
Microsoft is also speculated to update the Surface Pro 2 will Intel's recently launched Haswell processor that will lead to an improved battery life along with an 8 GB RAM.
Along with the tablets, the software maker is also expected to stick with Windows RT 8.1 but the name of the tablet will be changed to Windows 8.1. The Surface 2 is expected to come with a 1080p screen resolution and an Nvidia's Tegra 4 processor. The battery life of Surface Pro is rumoured to be around 8 hours and both the tablets are likely to come with a power cover accessory that will help the users to boost the battery life of the built in battery of both the tablets, reported Tech Radar.
Along with the power covers and the two tablets, it is also being said that the tech giant will add another accessory to the list in the form of a Docking Station. The docking station accessory is designed to allow the users to attach a keyboard and a mouse with the help of available USB ports. This accessory will only be launched for the upcoming tablets Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 and not for the existing Windows RT tablets. The docking station will contain three USB 3.0 port on the side, which can also be utilized to attach to a display with the help of mini DisplayPort or a wired connection.
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