Microsoft has announced the date of its new Surface product event.
The computing giant is likely to unveil Surface Laptop 5, Surface Pro 9 laptop-tablet hybrid and Surface Studio 3 desktop on October 12.
Both the Surface Laptop and Pro 9 are expected to have 12th-generation CPUs — specifically an Intel Core i5-1235U in the entry-level model and a Core i7-1255U in the higher end, according to report that the day fell Before the launch event – made by Intel or Arm. If it is the latter, it is reported that the chip will be branded Microsoft SQ3.
It has been suggested that the Surface Pro 9 will start at €1,300, which is €100 more than the Surface Pro 8, while the Laptop 5 will cost around €1,200, about €50 more than its predecessor.
there is also a report good that Microsoft may launch a Surface-branded gaming laptop as per some leaked specifications; If true, that machine will have a 16-inch display with a 165Hz refresh rate, 1440p resolution, and a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-12700H CPU. There is currently no information about the availability or price of this rumored device.
Microsoft’s event itself appears to be online-only, as the company hasn’t held an in-person event since the pandemic.
The news comes just days after Microsoft released its latest major update for the Windows 11 operating system.
Microsoft originally showed off some of these features during the launch of the new operating system in October 2021, but clarified that many won’t be available until later.
This new update makes the Search menu in the taskbar more precise, brings the Start Menu folder, and adds Snap Layout – a feature that makes it easier to open two apps at once and switch between them.
Microsoft has also introduced a new Focus Mode that automatically silences notifications and turns off the taskbar badge, as well as adding new timers to the Clock app that remind users to take breaks.
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