Julien Happich, EETimes
6/19/2012 9:14 AM EDT
Microsoft has unveiled a 10.6-inch tablet in a 16:9 aspect ratio, dubbed the Surface, to be available in two options, one powered by Intel's 22-nm Ivy Bridge processor running Windows 8, and another Surface powered by an ARM chipset and Windows RT.
The Windows RT version is 9.3-mm thin, weighs 676 grams, includes a built-in kickstand, and is claimed to be the first PC with a vapor-deposited magnesium case. It will ship in 32- and 64-Gbyte versions and will compete head-to-head with Apple’s iPads.
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