Surface 3 tablet landing with Nvidia’s new K1 chip
The rumour was ignited by @MSFTnerd who tweeted that Microsoft is looking at using the new chipset in its Surface 3 tablet.
Microsoft is widely expected to unveil the Surface 3 later this year which sits right as It launched the Surface 2 in October 2013.
The Surface Mini is said to arrive before the Surface 3 and come loaded with 4G LTE – with the Surface 2 receiving the feature at the same time.
It is unclear if the Surface Mini will come with Windows 8, or whether the company will choose to debut Windows 9 on the newest tablet to the range.
If it chooses to stick with Windows 8, it could mean we see the Surface Mini before the end of March.
Would you go Mini or wait for the full-size Surface 3 to land?