NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Tech websites are speculating that Microsoft (MSFT) is planning to unveil a third version of its Surface Pro tablet and computer powered by Windows at next week's press event, after what could amount to nothing more than a typo, set the rumor mill churning.
On Tuesday the software company published an article that detailed the support provided for the "Surface Pro 3 Camera," Valuewalk.com reports.
Microsoft said the article contained a typo and removed the reference to the yet to be announced Surface Pro 3 device.
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The popular tech blog cnet.com reported last week that it spoke to sources with knowledge the company is going to unveil a new Intel-based Surface at its May 20 event.
Microsoft is planning to introduce a smaller version of its Surface that will use processors supplied by Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM), ending Nvidia Corp.'s (NVDA) run as the tablet's chip supplier, according to Bloomberg.
Seperately, Microsoft recently announced it is going to cut the price of its Xbox One gaming console by $100.
Zacks Equity Research suggests Microsoft lowed the console's price after data showed its competitor, Sony (SNE) sold more PlayStation 4 devices than Microsoft sold Xbox One units.
Shares of Microsoft are down -0.54% to $40.20 on Wednesday.