More news from the new Microsoft-based Surface Pro tablets front. According to reports, Microsoft is very close to releasing its new Surface Pro tablets, and that it could be released as soon as May 20.
As of now, it is being speculated that Microsoft could be planning an event next week where it will launch the small Surface Mini and a larger Surface Pro 2 tablets. Not only that, the company is also expected to launch the mini tablet at an upcoming press event in New York city on May 20.
Recently on its Support page, Microsoft mentioned about the "Surface Pro 3 camera." And even though the mention of the Surface Pro 3 has already been tagged as a typographical error, technology news site CNET claims that there is a "new Intel-based Surface" tablet in the making apart from the Qualcomm-powered Surface Mini.
Apart from that, a source at Intel has also confirmed that the new upcoming Surface Pro tablet will have "a new power-optimized Haswell variant."
The Verge states: "A Microsoft spokesperson says 'an earlier version of the KB article included a typo.' The company has updated the support article 'to correct the typo and better convey the information as intended'."
And Microsoft's fixing of its "typo" doesn't really mean that it isn't working on a new Surface, but isn't really ready to talk about it for the time being.