Last week, Microsoft sent out a last minute invite to an event in Los Angeles and no one really knew what it would be about. At the event just a little while ago, the company announced its own self-branded Windows 8 RT tablet. The Surface for Windows RT comes in at 9.3mm thick and has an angled magnesium VaporMg case, weighing a tad under 1.3 pounds. The tablet will be powered by an NVIDIA produced ARM chip. The Surface will also have a built in stand, a 10.6-inch Gorilla Glass 2 display, and dual WiFi antennas. It will be magnetically detachable from a multitouch trackpad and keyboard. Ports-wise, you’ll find one HDMI, microSD and USB 2.0. It runs Windows 8 and will come with a metro-optimized Netflix app. Microsoft says its pricing will be “competitive” with other ARM tablets. It should arrive around the same time as Windows 8 this fall.