New Generation of Microsoft Surface will Come with LTE, Early next Year

Surface 2

Clueless to what Microsoft is doing then. They introduced their Surface tablets and Surface Pro tablets last year without any LTE or 3G add-on. Last night they also introduced their new generation of their Surface and Surface Tablets as well, but it still no 3G or LTE included.

What are they doing? Where are they marketed these tablets? Are they targeted for all PC users? Are they targeted for just developed countries like USA, UK? Asian countries need 3G devices and i am sure that if USA or UK businessmen come to work in Asia countries, will also need 3G while they traveling or they’ll missed their work.

WPCentral posted that, Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 will come with LTE in early next year. Is that make any sense while the Apple always comes with both WiFi and LTE version with just a few weeks after they introduced. Do you think that Surface 2, Surface Pro 2 will help Microsoft to gain some market share? I don’t think it would help.

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2 thoughts on “New Generation of Microsoft Surface will Come with LTE, Early next Year

  1. It is interesting what Microsoft is focusing on when marketing this product to consumers. I’ve noticed that they daringly poke fun at the Ipad in the new television spots They intentionally point out that it doesn’t have a kickstand and that it doesn’t have a USB port. It’s odd to me that they are still making some distinction between their netbook style concept with touch screen features and tablets like the Ipad that don’t claim to have the functionality of a full Windows Platform. I don’t know if they will gain market share until they can do everything and do it well, and before apple gets a chance to answer back!

    1. That’s correct. It’s seem that Microsoft is hardly to differentiate between Table and Laptop. They’ve tried to put every Laptop they made into a small Tablet and they’re facing on how to shape the market between these two devices. In result, they cannot focus on it and they still lost the market share to Apple iPad 🙂

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