Microsoft's reported $400 Surface tablet makes no sense at all

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Microsoft's reported $400 Surface tablet makes no sense at all

It was reported that Microsoft is working on a low-end Surface device to compete with Apple's iPads, which will cost $400 and include a Core M processor. Unfortunately, it just doesn't make sense. Read more...

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