Microsoft Surface RT now available

Microsoft-Surface-RT


Windows 8 does not come alone in this world – along with it Microsoft has launched Microsoft Surface RT – the first company tablet running Windows RT. The new Surface RT is based on a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 chip residing within an NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC and provides all new Windows RT experience for all users out there.

Apart from the software and the new OS the Surface RT packs 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB or 64 GB of storage and a 10.6-inch display working at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution. Users will be able to pick the device worldwide starting today – and you can choose among black, white, magenta, cyan and red for your favorite color.

The Surface RT costs USD 499 for the 32 GB model without Touch Cover, USD 599 for the model with 32 GB of storage and Touch Cover, USD 699 for the model with 64 GB of storage and Touch Cover. The Touch Cover itself costs USD 119 when sold separately.


Source: Microsoft

Related posts

Nvidia GeForce GT 440, a new entry-level GPU.

Nvidia extends its desktop family video cards with a new entry level GeForce GT 440 graphics which is is based on the Fermi family and has 96 CUDA Cores. The card feature full-height single-slot, active cooled design and has GPU an shader clocked at 810 MHz and 1620 MHz, with 128-bit memory...

BRAVIA ZX1: World’s Thinnest LCD TV Is Ultimate High-Tech Lifestyle Statement

Sony BRAVIA has achieved a world first with an HD LCD TV that combines luxury aesthetics with outstanding BRAVIA image technology. The BRAVIA ZX1 offers the ultimate in visual appeal with a 40-inch screen measuring a barely believable 9.9mm at its slimmest section. The compelling elegance of...

CyberPower announces AMD Phenom II X6 Based Desktop Gaming PCs

CyberPower Inc., www.cyberpowerpc.com has announced a series of gaming systems that feature AMD's new Phenom II X6 and AMD 890 chipset. The combination promises to deliver the platform experience that gaming enthusiasts demand with price and performance that is unbeatable. CyberPower's Gamer...

Leave a comment