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Microsoft Surface: New hardware in October

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The Microsoft Surface range was last received in October 2018 growth. A report now suggests that this will be the case again this year.

Who WindowsCentral reports, according to a report in October, new Microsoft Surface hardware will be unveiled at a separate event. The expected hardware is not that new. Expect a new one Surface Pro, a new one Surface Laptop and a new Surface Book, which are said to have the same design as the current models. If you believe the report, the devices will probably only get new ones Proprocessors from Intel. There has also been talk of a foldable Microsoft Surface for the past week, but it's unlikely to be out until next year. I think it's a pity that it's not from a new one Surface GB the speech is.

Microsoft Surface: ARMProcessors for that Pro-Model

It is interesting that Microsoft internally has a Surface Pro with an ARMProprocessor tests. The chip is probably the Qualcomm 8cx that was presented next to the Snapdragon 855 presented. POOR-Processors come standard with a built-in modem so you can insert a SIM card into the notebook. In addition, they allow Processors faster start-up of the device. In terms of performance, the 8cx is on the same level as the current Core i5 from Intel. Microsoft should also Surface Pros with an Intel chip, according to the report. Finally, there will be a new version of Microsoft Teams and the first generation of Windows Lite.

An official invitation from Microsoft to such an October event is still pending.

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