Microsoft could be announcing the Surface Mini tablet soon

Is Microsoft about to announce the much rumored Microsoft Surface mini tablet? Maybe, maybe not, but in the meantime the company has started to send out invites to an event on the 20th of May. According to the invite, it reads “Join us for a small gathering”, which some have taken to mean that it could be related to a Surface mini announcement. Granted it could really just mean what it says, which is that the event will be small as opposed to a large scaled event, so maybe we’re getting our hopes up for nothing. 

Microsoft is holding an event on May 20th where the company might unveil a new, smaller version of its Microsoft Surface tablet. While the company isn’t providing many details (what would the purpose of the event be if the details were made public early?) the invitations say “join us for a small gathering.” Either that means we can expect something “small…” or Microsoft is launching a new line of Magic: The Gathering cards. My money’s on the latter. Anyway, Microsoft’s been offering Surface tablets with 10.6 inch displays for a few years. The latest models include the Surface 2 with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, 2GB of RAM, a full HD display, and Windows RT software, and the Surface Pro 2 with a Core i5 Haswell CPU, up to 8GB of RAM, digital pen support, and Windows 8.1.

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