Which CPUs will you find in the Surface Pro 3?

Umm... yeah... something you should probably know.

The official spec sheet for the Surface Pro 3, announced earlier this week, says that it will be available with "4th generation Intel Core i3, i5 or i7" processors.

That level of detail might be sufficient for some buyers, but judging by my inbox most ZDNet readers want more details. So I spoke with Microsoft engineers and got the inside story.

The Surface Pro 3 is currently available for preorder in a total of five configurations, with three low-power 4th-generation Intel Core (Haswell) CPUs and a mix of memory/storage options. All configurations use solid-state storage and have MicroSD slots for expansion.

The base model, available for pre-order now and shipping in August, has an i3-4020Y processor, running at 1.5 GHz, with Intel HD4200 graphics. This model has only a single configuration, with 4 GB of memory and 64 GB of storage.

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