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Has Microsoft just accidentally revealed the Surface Pro 3?

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Three guesses for what Microsoft is planning for its Surface event

It appears that Microsoft has accidentally revealed that the Surface Pro 3 is on the way, a week ahead of a major event relating to its Surface tablet range.

In a support article, which has since been removed, Microsoft said that an update for Windows 8.1 "adds support to the Surface Pro 3 camera."

The Verge points out that the mention might be a typo, but the quick takedown of the support article suggests it wasn't intended to be published this soon.


The news follows recent reports of an Intel-based Surface tablet also on the horizon, which could turn out to be the Surface Pro 3. The Surface Pro 2 already uses Intel's "Haswell" Core i5 processor.

The company is also expected to unveil the Surface Mini, a smaller tablet catering for the 7-inch or 8-inch market. It is widely predicted to be powered by a Qualcomm processor.

Leak or typo, the event next week in New York City is a definite one to watch.

Via TheNextWeb