Microsoft To Introduce New Surfaces This Week: Report

Microsoft could introduce a new Surface Laptop this week. Ian Knighton / CNET Microsoft’s Surface line of computers and tablets is typically updated every fall, and it appears that at least some of this hardware line will receive an update this week. According to WinFuture, Microsoft is scheduled to announce a new Surface on Thursday. 12.5-inch laptop that will have 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage (with options of 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage) and that would run on an Intel Core i5 processor. A “business” version would cost about $ 760, while a “school” variant, which should be more affordable, is also in the works. The source site also claims there is a consumer version running W indows 10 Home in S mode. Microsoft has not yet responded to a request for comment. The most important news in the technology industry, every day. Windows 10 Home in S mode, or Windows 10 S, is the most secure version of Windows 10 that limits app downloads to only downloads from the Windows store. First introduced in 2017, the Windows 10 S version is typically found on low-cost Windows laptops and tablets, including the Microsoft Surface Go 2. It is also said to be included on the computer as well Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, and a fingerprint reader inside the power button. No release date was given, but the site expects pre-sale to begin on Thursday. In addition to the new Surface Laptop, WinFuture also reports that Microsoft is preparing to introduce a new Surface Pro X this week that will feature an updated version of the SQ ship that Microsoft created in partnership with Qualcomm last year. However, little else is known about this device. Microsoft Surface Duo: Insight into the guts of the dual-screen device [fotos]
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