Microsoft’s rumored budget Surface has passed through FCC

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Microsoft budget friendly Surface passes FCC today:- A wonderful news for Surface fans. The Budget Friendly Surface from Microsoft has reportedly passed FCC today. This Surface may come in second quarter’s end. Spotted by WinFuture.de, this Surface may become a real product pretty soon.

The documentation is, however, not much clear. It just mentions a computer called Model 1824. The documentation also shows that the device may run on a 24-watt power supply. In comparison to current power usage by Surface, it is 12-watt low consumption.

Since it’s a budget-friendly, it may target the market in which iPad is still ruling on.  That means this device is made in such a way to compete with Apple.

As per reports, this new Surface will run on Intel Processors. Considering the price point and power consumption, it may be the Intel M-series processor. If Microsoft uses an Intel i-series processor, then the device will no longer become a budget-friendly device.

As far as the specification is known, Bloomberg says that the device will sport a massive 10-inch display. Also, for data sync and charging purposes, A USB Type-C will be present. Also, there might be an LTE variant, making you connected all the time to the internet.

Peace out!

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