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- Microsoft is reportedly working on a new, lower-cost Surface tablet, according to a report from Bloomberg.
- The new tablet would start at $ 400 and have a 10-inch screen, about nine hours of battery life, and USB-C charging.
- Microsoft has dabbled in more consumer-friendly tablets in the past, but has shifted focus in recent years to its pricier pro line of tablets and laptops.
Microsoft could be releasing a new competitor to the iPad as soon as this year.
According to a report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and Dina Bass, the new tablet will have a 10-inch screen, rounded edges, and will be priced around $ 400.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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