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Microsoft Surface 2 4G review

By 21 May 2014

Just shy of a year ago the original Surface RT landed in Pocket-lint towers. And we were rather taken with its ambition. A tablet looking to steal the crown from laptops - a great idea. But an idea that, as we were acutely aware then, carried with it... >>

New Microsoft Surface 2 landing in US on 18 March with built-in AT&T 4G LTE

New Microsoft Surface 2 landing in US on 18 March with built-in AT&T 4G LTE

By 17 March 2014

An updated version of Microsoft's Surface 2 tablet will land in Microsoft and Best Buy retail stores in the US on 18 March. What's the difference with this model, you ask? It'll have built-in 4G LTE wireless networking. Microsoft promised in October,... >>

Microsoft Q2 earnings: $6.56bn profit, record $24.52bn revenue, better Surface numbers

Microsoft Q2 earnings: $6.56bn profit, record $24.52bn revenue, better Surface numbers

By 23 January 2014

Microsoft reported its earnings for the fourth quarter on Thursday, revealing the Christmas months yielded a record $24.52 billion in revenue and a $6.56 billion profit for the company. Microsoft handsomely beat analyst expectations, and showed growth... >>

A week in reviews: 21 - 25 October

A week in reviews: 21 - 25 October

By 26 October 2013

This week it's all about computing. Well, largely about computing. We've been treated to the second generation of Microsoft laptop-meets-tablet devices in the shape of the Surface Pro 2 and Surface 2, the latter a head-to-head dead ringer against the... >>

Surface 2 blades: Full Design Storm video published, shows off all the click-in accessory concepts

Surface 2 blades: Full Design Storm video published, shows off all the click-in accessory concepts

By 14 October 2013

When Microsoft unveiled the Surface 2 in New York last month, it also showed off some potential connected accessories for the new tablet under the codename Blades. The company previewed a short video at the event of some students from the Art Center College... >>

Microsoft Surface boss: 'Multiple aspect ratios and sizes' of Surface to come

Microsoft Surface boss: 'Multiple aspect ratios and sizes' of Surface to come

By 1 October 2013

Following rumours of a Surface mini, Microsoft's Panos Panay has confirmed that the Surface will one day be available in multiple aspect ratios and sizes. Panay, the corporate vice president who oversees Microsoft's Surface division, while at a Surface... >>

Microsoft Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 now available for pre-order, shipping 21 October

Microsoft Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 now available for pre-order, shipping 21 October

By 24 September 2013

Microsoft has made the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 available for pre-order on its website in the US, following the tablets' launch event on Monday.  Microsoft says to expect the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 tablets to ship by 21 October, when they'll... >>

Watch Microsoft's Surface 2 and Pro 2 launch event video

Watch Microsoft's Surface 2 and Pro 2 launch event video

By 23 September 2013

Microsoft didn't livestream its Surface event in New York City this morning, though we were live to cover all the latest product announcements from the company. That said, video of the event is now live, which should please diehards who wanted to see... >>

Surface 2 accessories: Hands-on with the latest extras

Surface 2 accessories: Hands-on with the latest extras

By 23 September 2013

Microsoft today unveiled two new Surface models, updating the company's own hardware tablet. The Surface 2 and the Surface Pro 2 are open for preorder now and will be available from October. Alongside the new devices, Microsoft unveiled a range of accessories... >>

Microsoft Surface 2 pictures and hands-on

Microsoft Surface 2 pictures and hands-on

By 23 September 2013

We are live at Microsoft's Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 event, and we've just been able to briefly dabble with both Windows 8.1 tablets. You can find out our initial impressions elsewhere, but for now we're focusing on the consumer-centric of the two devices.... >>


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