This would be used to power the Surface "RT" models correct? Not the Pro models?
Correct, though Microsoft doesn't have RT in the naming convention. Then again, by the time Surface 3 ships, will there still be an RT?
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I strongly believe there will still be an "RT" model come surface 3 for several reasons. First is I really don't think they will be running a full 8.1 distro on an Nvidia K1. Then there is the fact that only the Pro on the market just won't do, MS wants to win the iPad Tablet segment not the ultrabook (Pro) segment. There is a chance they could go with only two SKU's; Surface Pro and Surface Mini "RT" but if that were the case MS would then not have an iPad 10" competitor.
On a side note everyone complained about the RT branding but what was wrong with it other than people not being educated on what RT is? Now without the "RT" moniker how do you tell what you are getting when the products look the same! If I see "Surface Mini" on a box I'll wonder what OS it's running and so on. Things are more confusing now..
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