Microsoft is preparing a low-cost Andromeda surface tablet, while Apple hit a big blow by announcing the arrival of a cheaper iPad, Microsoft was quick to respond in the same way. In response to Apple, Microsoft set to release a tablet that creases up to fit in your pocket.
The rival party, Apple has managed in nice communication by announcing the release of a low-cost iPad, well-matched with the Apple Pencil. With this sort of invention, the Cupertino Company hopes to present a device focused on efficiency without reaching the price of the Pro version.
According to information acquired byThe Verge, Code-named Andromeda secretive project is explained internally as ‘new and disruptive’. While the device is under development, it is supposed to have a twirling display that supports the gap of the turning point when it’s fully opened.
Microsoft does not aim to leave this market to its entrant and has just unveiled that it will sell a Surface Pro in low-cost version. For the first time, we’ve got some hardware details that show us how Microsoft wants to make its new exterior, which is mainly located to vie with Apple’s cheaper iPads and Chromebooks.
The plan is to offer a device very similar to the Surface Pro, which probably also takes its form factor with a display in 3:2 format, but with a much smaller screen diagonal of about 10 inches. This affordable device would dump the processors m3, i5 and i7 found in the current surface to pass on a chip Pentium Silver N5000, Pentium Gold 4410Y or Intel Gold 4415Y. A difference in power more defined than that of Apple, whose new tablet has an A10 chip.
The portion of the latter is measured of 10 inches, which is smaller than the other models. It will, however, be lighter and will benefit from all the accessories of the more expensive versions. As for the price detail, users can expect the price around $400 mark.