It looks like Microsoft is going to surprise the public with the release of a new Microsoft Surface Desktop. The name Microsoft Surface All-In-One might not sound interesting, but the features might be an eye-opener for dedicated Microsoft users.
The company is getting ready for the launch of Surface Pro 5 and Surface Book 2 as well, but this one is quite new to the Internet. Here's everything we know about the upcoming product.
Sources claimed that the Microsoft Surface desktop will be out in October and will come in 3 different variants. According to ZDNet, they will launch a personal computer which goes with the codename "Cardinal."
The date is yet to be determined, but as per the site, it could be on the third or last week of October, in New York City. On the other hand, The Verge reported that Microsoft might unveil a 21-inch, 24-inch, and a 27-inch model of the Surface All-In-One PC.
However, it is still unclear whether the firm will officially release three different screen sizes. Other features are yet to be revealed as well.
The website hinted months ago that Microsoft might unveil a new product in the third quarter of 2016, hence the Microsoft Surface Desktop. More than that, they are also planning to release three more next year.
On the other hand, PC Advisor noted that the upcoming event in October might introduce fresh processors and other new gadgets as well.
According to the website, Microsoft may upgrade a device like the Surface Pro 4 with a Kaby Lake chip, or a Surface Book 2 and possibly a Surface Pro 5 which could be available next Spring.
Also, there might be announcements about the updates regarding the tech giant's latest operating system, Windows 10. Expect to know more about the Microsoft Surface Desktop here at Auto World News so stay tuned.