By EnStarz Staff Writer, EnStarz | Jun 18, 2012 10:46 PM EDT
Microsoft unveiled its "Surface" tablet on Monday at an event in Hollywood, which will run with its Windows 8 operating system.
The tablet, will come in two versions, one for the consumer and one for professional use. Both will be powered with Windows 8. The first will be a lighter and thinner version with an ARM Holdings chip and it will feature Office. The tablet will hit the market first when Microsoft releases its Windows 8.
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The second tablet will run with Intel chips and may be heavier and thicker than the first one, depending on its specifications. Microsoft will have 64GB and 128GB versions.
Both tablets come with an integrated cover that doubles as a keyboard and track pad.
'Surface' features a 10.6 inches HD Display and is 9.3 mm thin, weighing 676 g - but the weight may vary according to the tablet specifications, Microsoft said.
Microsoft did not unveil the price of the product but said it would be competitive with similar ARM tablets and Intel-powered Ultrabooks.
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