Surface 3 could use Tegra K1, launch alongside Surface Mini

Microsoft logoThe next version of the Microsoft Surface could possibly ship with the 64-bit "Denver" version of Nvidia's Tegra K1 processor, according to new rumors. The Windows 8 tablet, one which could be launched before the end of this year, is also rumored to be accompanied by the Surface Mini, a 7.5-inch tablet that will apparently have 4G LTE connectivity options.

The messages on the @MSFTNerd Twitter account, caught by Microsoft-News, claim that Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Update 1 will include support for BayTrail, Mullins, and other System-on-Chips. Since this includes support that the 64-bit Tegra K1 needs, it pushes the potential launch date to the latter stages of 2014. Plans for a Surface Notebook are also said to be "still on hold."

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An item called "Xbox TV" is also brought up in the messages, suggesting that Microsoft is considering using an AMD "Mullins" processor instead of a custom-designed Samsung ARM System-on-Chip. Xbox TV is likely to refer to earlier rumors of a set-top box in the style of the Apple TV and Roku, allowing users to watch streaming media and to use the non-gaming applications available to Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners.

Source: Electronista

Tags: CPUs, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Surface, tablets, Tegra

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