MICROSOFT has unveiled Surface, a tablet computer to compete with Apple's iPad. Chief executive Steve Ballmer called it part of a "whole new family of devices". Steven Sinofsky, the president of Microsoft's Windows division, called the device a "tablet that's a great PC - a PC that's a great tablet".
Microsoft unveils iPad rival tablet
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