Microsoft might be gearing up to show off the third iteration of its Surface Pro Windows-powered computer/tablet next week at a special event. The surface event is confirmed, and reports suggest that there will be a smaller version of the Surface called the “Surface Mini” shown off there, a new support document (via Verge) suggests we’ll also see a full-fledged follow-up to its Intel-based Surface Pro devices.
The reference comes from a new support article published by Microsoft that references support being added to Windows 8.1 for the “Surface Pro 3 camera.” Previously, CNET had reported that Microsoft would be adding a new Intel-based device to the lineup in addition to the Qualcomm-based Surface Mini that is supposedly coming.
Surface revenue was up year-over-year this past quarter according to Microsoft, but that still doesn’t necessarily translate into all that many devices sold. The device isn’t selling anywhere near…
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