A new report by ZDNet claims that Microsoft has developed an all-in-one PC with Surface branding that they’ll unveil next month at a special hardware event in NYC. The publications cite sources “familiar with Microsoft’s Surface plans” and that this particular device is currently codenamed “Cardinal”.
There’s been whispers about a new Surface product being added to Microsoft’s lineup for some time now, as a Windows Central report claimed that the company may have 21-inch, 24-inch, and 27-inch screen sizes ready as various models of this Surface all-in-one. However, this report hasn’t resulted into anything significant and doesn’t give any insight into whether MS will produce each screen size or not. Nevertheless, some type of Surface PC seems to be on its way from Microsoft. Now, we just sit and wait.
At this October event, The Verge notes that Microsoft may also launch updated Surface Books and Pro 4s with Intel’s new Kaby Lake chips, however the site claims that this is unlikely and that MS will probably wait until next year when a proper hardware refresh is also unveiled.
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