As part of its latest quarterly financial results, Microsoft revealed this week that its Surface revenues had increased by almost 25%, rising to $1.1 billion. The catalyst for that growth was the launch of the Surface Pro 3 - the thinnest, lightest, largest and most feature-complete iteration of the product so far.
The Pro 3 has been something of a hit for Microsoft, and the company expanded its range even further last week, with the launch of the Surface Hub - a large 4K touch display with built-in computer, designed for collaboration and productivity in the workplace. But another device in the Surface range has finally reached the end of the road.
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