If you’re a tech enthusiast who enjoys staying up-to-date with the latest industry news and product releases, you’re in for a treat in the coming weeks. While Google and Apple have already divulged details about their upcoming events, Microsoft has been tight-lipped about its next-gen Surface devices.
Fortunately, German publication WinFuture, known for its accurate leaks, has revealed some exciting information about three new Surface products set to be unveiled on September 21. However, it seems that Microsoft won’t be launching the highly anticipated Surface Pro 10 tablet alongside these devices.
Instead, fans of portable computing machines with excellent productivity skills can look forward to the fourth-generation Surface Go, which is expected to be more affordable. Although its official name is still uncertain, the upgraded Surface Go will most likely feature a quad-core Intel N200 SoC from the “Alder Lake N” family. This powerful processor should offer a smooth performance within the tablet’s expected price range.
The price of the Surface Go 4 will vary depending on the storage configuration you prefer, with options of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. All three variants are expected to come with 4GB of RAM and will likely not have any significant visual changes. Commercial availability is slated for October.
In addition to the Surface Go 4, Microsoft is also expected to introduce minor upgrades to the Surface Laptop Go 2 and the Surface Laptop Studio. While these announcements may not generate as much buzz, there’s still a possibility that Microsoft could surprise us with a new edition of the Surface Pro.
Stay tuned for more updates as we approach Microsoft’s September 21 event.