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Submitted by mpctips 628d ago | rumor

Xbox Surface: Microsoft's 7-inch gaming tablet

The Verge: Microsoft is building its own 7-inch gaming tablet. Multiple sources familiar with plans within Redmond have confirmed to The Verge that initial hardware planning for an Xbox Surface is underway. Specifications for an Xbox Surface 7-inch tablet computing device leaked back in June ahead of Microsoft's Surface RT and Surface Pro announcement. We're told that the initial specs were accurate and that the final implementation is being worked on. (Dev, Microsoft, Xbox)

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newsguy  +   628d ago
tablets everywhere!
andresegers  +   628d ago
Whoa
fermcr  +   627d ago
If it has buttons and joysticks like the Vita and 3DS, then I'm curious.
If it's just another touchscreen tablet that they expect me to play FPS/RPG/Action games... then i'm not interested. They can keep it.

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