Friday, 10 January 2014

Microsoft Surface 3: Powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 processor with 64-bit ARM-V8

Microsoft surface 3 will be launch in July 2014 and powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, a well-known Microsoft leaker blow-out the news. The next generation Surface 3 will also equipped with the 64-bit ARM v8 chip-set.

Microsoft Surface 3: Powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 processor with 64-bit ARMv8

The Microsoft leaker @MSFTnerd gave the news that Microsoft is going to use the Nvidia's powerful chip-set as a processor for its next generation Surface 3, in addition the processor also featured with 192-core graphics.

 It is also rumored that Microsoft is presently working on a new Surface Mini Tablet to compete with Apple's iPad Mini tablet which was introduced last year with many new features including retina display.

Microsoft also rumored that a new update for Windows 8.1 operating System is ready to launch and the best part of the update will bring with its support for InstantGo. The feature will help hardware running Windows 8.1 to make available, user with always on connectivity without challenging its battery.  

MSFTnerd also make the following Tweet related to Microsoft:
  • Microsoft is bringing InstantGo support for BayTrail+, Mullins and other SoCs with Windows 8.1 Update 1.
  • Microsoft is planning to bring Surface 3 powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 processor with Denver CPU (64-bit ARMv8) in end of 2014.
  • You can expect Surface Mini and LTE versions of Surface 2 before the end of 2014.
  • Microsoft is planning to use AMDs upcoming Mullins CPU instead of their custom designed chip for its upcoming Xbox TV.
  • Microsoft's previous plans to release Surface notebook is on hold for now.

Microsoft not confirmed any of above rumors, so it will mystery till the confirmation.


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