Microsoft Accidentally Leaks Existence of Surface Mini

Microsoft Accidentally Leaks Existence of Surface Mini

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Microsoft has accidentally leaked the existence of a Surface Mini tablet in the manual for the Surface Pro 3.

The manual contains numerous references to the unannounced tablet, notes Paul Thurrott.

There are Surface Mini references all over the Surface Pro 3 User Guide. Hilarious.

Microsoft has since pulled the manual. The company was reportedly planning to announce a Mini tablet during its last event; however, it apparently decided to not unveil the device just days before the announcement.

[via Verge]

Microsoft Accidentally Leaks Existence of Surface Mini

odedo1 - June 21, 2014 at 10:02pm
Don't get me wrong my house is a complete Apple home, but I I believe that Microsoft got something right and Apple I hope will do the same build the iPad Pro with a full OSX, much more RAM and ROM, USB and other connections making it a full PC Tablet just like the Microsoft Surface Pro it's where the future is heading. ( that's my opinion )
Fukscrawn John - June 21, 2014 at 11:30pm
Dude, iPad running osx is misleading. Not only is it copying Microsoft but it's no purpose. The only difference is no keyboard but worst yet, it's like trying to turn tablet to Mac when in irony Macs aren't built like ipads.
Matt - June 21, 2014 at 8:43am
"AAAA battery"??? fake???
Jeff D. - June 21, 2014 at 10:34pm
Actually a AAAA battery is not fake. Its commonly used in things like a stylus and other small devices. It has the same voltage of 1.5 volts as a AA or AAA. How about you know what your talking about rather than yell fake like an uniformed moron.
1UP Wireless - June 20, 2014 at 10:28pm
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