Microsoft announced their first Windows tablet earlier this week, the Microsoft Surface, which is expected to launch before the end of the year, and now according to a recent report, Microsoft will offer a WiFi only version of both tablets when they land later this year.
This really doesn’t come as a surprise as Microsoft did not announced that their would be a version available with mobile connectivity, although this is something we suspect they will launch at a later date.
There will be two different versions of the Microsoft Surface available at launch, one with an NVIDIA Tegra processor and one with an Intel Core i5 processor.
Whilst Microsoft has yet to announce any pricing, we have been hearing rumors that the entry level Tegra version is expected to retail for $599 whilst the Core i5 version is expected to retail for %799.
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