Microsoft Begins Surface 2 Tablet Marketing With Street Arts

Microsoft Surface 2 Marketing Street Art

Microsoft has started their marketing activities around Surface 2 tablet. The new Surface 2 tablet which is now lighter, brighter and more powerful than previous generation Surface device. The street arts jut mentions “Lighter, Brighter” wording with Surface device image with the date of release.

Surface 2 device starts at $449.

Key Specs:

Dimensions: 10.81 x 6.81 x 0.35 in, Weight: 1.49 lbs

Casing: VaporMg, Color: Magnesium

Physical buttons: Volume, Power

Screen: 10.6 inch

Resolution: 1920 x 1080, Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (widescreen), Touch: 5-point multi-touch, Durable display

32 GB or 64 GB5

2 GB RAM, NVIDIA Tegra 4

Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0 technology

Two video cameras on front and back

3.5 megapixel front-facing camera, 5.0 megapixel rear-facing camera

Two microphones, Stereo speakers

Up to 10 hours1,7-15 days idle life

Charges in 2-4 hours with included power supply

full-size USB 3.0, microSD card reader

Headphone jack, HD video out port, Cover port

This is not the first time Microsoft is using street arts to promote Surface devices,

Microsoft Begins Marketing Surface PCs In US

Watch Microsoft Surface Street Art Time Lapse Video

Microsoft takes a guerrilla approach to advertising Surface tablets

Source: Facebook

  • Yuan Taizong

    The front camera is surprisingly good, usually these have 2 megapixels on most Tablet-P.C.’s, although I wouldn’t call 3.5 anything near revolutionary, it’s still a major improvement from most on the market.

    • PoohGQ

      Did you see the low light capabilities of the FFC on the Surface 2? It’s really amazing!

  • DKJr

    I wish I could get my hands on the 8-inch version with a Snapdragon processor, better still, Intel BayTrail.

  • Jonathan Roberts

    Cool the promo started. I think an 8 inch Surface would have been a best seller this season. An 8 inch surface RT with great specs and a sub 300 price would have been magical. Somehow I feel like they dropped the ball.

    • Bugbog

      Instead we’re going to have to endure a few more months of sub-par OEM efforts before MS gives us what we want!