Microsoft has a special occasion planned up its sleeves for October 2, meanwhile, it may also bring the dual-display Project Centaurus, and is also foreseen to be the launch for the Surface Book 3, Surface Laptop 3, and a fresh Surface Pro 7.
If we are to adhere to the reports, then Microsoft will offer quite a number of configurations for the Surface Pro 7. The specs of the coming convertible have been apparently leaked, and from what we know it will possibly be accessible in the following configurations:
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 with Intel Core i3 and 4GB RAM, also 128GB SSD
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 with Intel Core i5 and 8GB RAM, also 128GB SSD
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 with Intel Core i5 and 8GB RAM, also 256GB SSD
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 with Intel Core i7 and16 GB RAM, also 256 GB SSD
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 with Intel Core i7 and16 GB RAM, also 512 GB SSD
Reports have mentioned that these Intel Core chips will possibly be the ’10th generation processors’, which are made using 10nm technology. Contemplating that these configurations are quite close to what Microsoft has been providing for previous Surface Pro models, we can say a similar line-up for the Surface Book 3 could be foreseen.
The launch was highly expected of the new variant of Laptops and Phones by Microsoft because the designs are now two years old (although It did have specified upgrades last year) and they don’t involve USB-C.
Microsoft is perceived to be trading in its Surface Connect proprietary dealing tech in favor of the new USB, even though perhaps that is more of hope rather than an expectation on our end.
Other details are still skeptical about what we might get to glance at in the event, but one thing is sure that there will also be some form of a refresh for the Surface Book – presently in its the second generation – and it also looks like there will be some kind of smart speaker as well.
There will also possibly be a dual-screen Surface and refresh of last year’s Surface Headphones might be taking place as well.