Microsoft’s first Surface tablet was an absolute disaster. The company managed to pull in $853 million in revenue during the last fiscal year from combined Surface RT and Surface Pro sales, which sounds like a pretty solid showing until you consider the facts that it also wrote off $900 million and spent a small fortune advertising the devices. But if at first you don’t succeed… We have known for quite some time that Microsoft is prepping second-generation models and Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang on recently confirmed to CNET that his firm is “working really hard” on the new processor that will power the Surface 2. He also revealed that the second-generation Surface RT will support Outlook, pointing to the addition of Microsoft’s class-leading email program as a key differentiator compared to the first Surface RT.