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Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled a new Surface Pro tablet designed as a powerful all-purpose computer fit to replace a laptop.Surface Pro 3 was touted as slimmer, bigger and more powerful than its predecessor and crafted for a world in which people want to work as well as play on tablets.Microsoft is being innovative and counterintuitive with the Pro 3, touting a large-screen tablet while rivals boast smaller, pocket-sized devices, according to Gartner analyst Mike Silver.Microsoft has barely made a dent in a tablet market dominated by Apple's iPad and others using Google Android. Gartner surveyed showed the Microsoft operating system had just two percent of the global market in 2013 .The Pro 3 signals that Microsoft has decided to play into its strengths in business software and avoid going head-to-head with bargain-priced tablets powered by Google's free Android software, according to analyst Jack Gold of J. Gold Associates.
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