In an attempt to go head-to-head with Apple’s famous line of tablets, the iPad, Microsoft is planning to launch a new line of low-cost Surface tablets sometime as early as the second half of 2018. According to a news report by Bloomberg, the new range of tablets will feature a 10-inch screen size, keeping it smaller than the current Surface Pro laptop line, which sports a screen size of 12-inches. The tablets are also said to be 20% lighter than the current high-end models and offer only 70% of the battery life. They are also reported to feature USB-C connectivity and rounded edges like the iPad.
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