Microsoft Surface Mini did exist, confirmed by Surface VP

Microsoft Surface Mini did exist, confirmed by Surface VP


Microsoft Surface is indeed a popular product from the Redmond giant. Although, not everyone prefers using a relatively big tablet when on the go. What’s the solution? A mini version. Sadly, it didn’t had the spotlight.


The “Surface Mini” was expected to be launched after Surface Pro 3 but reports say that it was cancelled due to issues of profitability. It even showed up in the Surface Pro 3 manual, thus further suggests the tablet’s existence.

So, the Mini did exist and Surface VP Panos Panay even confirmed it to Wired. According to Panay, he held the tablet every day and he even called it “awesome” and “was like Moleskine” as he used to jot down notes on it. Even with the actual making of the Surface Mini pushed trough, chances of producing it for consumer market is still a blur.


This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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2 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    Ehh, Microsoft Philippines should tell us if/when the Surface 3/SP4/Surface Book will be available here. All the Windows PCs they have in the official MS stores at the malls are HP Stream tablets.

    Yes if you really want it you could get it from the gray market or Villman but it would be nice to have official support, don’t you agree?

    • sinoka56 says:

      ^ HP daw official partner nila sa bansa eh, hindi sila magdadala ng surface

      would buy surface if it was offered here, no to grey market, hirap na magkaproblema wala pang warranty

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