Microsoft revamp Surface tablets, not that anyone'll care
The new tablets will look identical to the old ones which failed to win over punters, however, they'll have a new kick-stand so you can have your tablet at two angles, rather than the crappy steep angle on the old one.
The Windows OS update hopes to solve some of the previous complaints by users, but alas, it'll still be unfamiliar and counter-intuitive to most people.
The new Surface tablets have full 1080p, 10.1-inch HD screens and upgraded processors (the Surface 2 has Nvidia’s Tegra 4 1.7GHz processor and the Pro 2 has Intel’s fourth-generation Haswell i5) as well as more memory and storage options to choose from.
The lower priced model will be flogged for somewhere between £359 and £439 whilst the Pro 2 will go between £719 and £1,439. Now, is anyone actually going to buy one?