According to Digitimes, Microsoft is working with a "second-tier" chassis supplier that's having some trouble producing parts at the rate Microsoft wants.
Microsoft's Surface 2, a minor upgrade to the current Surface RT, could hit the market in time for holiday 2013, according to the latest leaks.
Microsoft is readying its next-generation Surface tablets and peripherals for launch on September 23. Here's what we know (and think we know) about what to expect.
Did Microsoft actually come up with a better design than Apple? Maybe the better question is, why not?
Company announces pair of Microsoft-branded "Surface" tablets running Windows 8 and Windows RT at long-awaited product unveiling in Los Angeles.
Microsoft's tablet with 32GB of storage will start at $499. Add the novel ultrathin keyboard, and the price jumps to $599.
Microsoft isn't pulling any punches with its two tablets. On paper, they give Apple something to think (worry?) about.
Not to be confused with its table-top cousin, the new device isn't just aimed at iPad and Android tablets.
If you're an early adopter willing to forget everything you know about navigating a computer, the Surface tablet could replace your laptop. Everyone else: wait for more apps.