Microsoft releases at least one Surface (and related devices) every year, and it is so for four years ie since the first generation was introduced, so it is reasonable to think that the Redmond company is about to launch a new tablet Surface with updated hardware and some other news. There are no official announcements, but already running the first rumors: according to sources close to Central Windows, Microsoft will soon present a new Surface Book and the first set of Surface AIO, probably in three models, as well as a refresh for the tablet Surface Pro.
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Difficult at the time to determine what will be the improvements for each family, if only technical or even aesthetic, but without doubt the Surface Pro 5 will be equipped with Intel Core processors (Kaby Lake) and probably will come next year. There are no apparent clues instead on the entry-level Surface and its survival: the first Surface RT was equipped with an ARM SoC-based and Windows RT, but the third-generation switched to Intel Atom processors (Cherry Trail) and Windows 10. It Whereas it is these chips came under the ax of Santa Clara, it will be interesting to see if Microsoft will opt for Intel Celeron M or Core, will give another chance to ARM or abandon the low-end market.
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Returning to the rumors, Windows Central is unable to confirm details of processor, screen resolution or other specifications of the Surface Book 2 but ensures that the Redmond engineers have worked around the hinge. And in the next generation – with the display lid closed – there will be no more “air” between the screen and keyboard, a device that will be much appreciated by users. The Surface AIO, which has often spoken without evidence, should be declined in three models: the smaller one with 21-inch Full HD screen, followed by versions for 24-inch and 27-inch, both 4K Ultra HD.