By Jaime Rivera | May 2, 2013 4:06 AM
Many people today consider the Microsoft Surface line-up as the perfect tablets. Particularly in the case of the Surface Pro, which we’ve found to be a very powerful computer, this might be right. On a positive note, you get a tablet with no compromises, but on the negative note, both the Surface Pro and Surface RT have proven to be terrible in sales amounting to no more than 1.5 Million units combined. That could change though as Microsoft is already preparing their Second Surface attempt.
Digitimes now reports that Microsoft is already working on getting their second-generation Surface out of the oven, and even though we thought the tablet wouldn’t be announced until the 2013 holiday season, trusted sources confirm that Microsoft will launch it in their Build Developer Conference on June 26th to 28th.
Now, an even more interesting note is that apparently this second Surface tablet attempt might not replace the current Surface products offered. This device will have a display between 7 to 9-inches, which also matches with a lot of the rumors we’ve heard recently.
It’s only a matter of time before more rumors confirm Redmond’s plans.