Millions of Windows laptops already look pretty outdated, with the latest research revealing that many lack the features needed to run the latest Windows 11 operating system. more inferior. That’s because Microsoft has announced that it will be holding a major launch on October 12 and it seems almost certain that the Redmond firm will use the showcase to reveal its next batch of shiny new hardware.
Although official details aren’t announced until Wednesday, there have been plenty of rumors about what might be unveiled, including updates to the popular Surface Pro tablet and Surface Laptop.
If these Windows 11-powered devices get an upgrade, expect them to be faster, last longer, and offer extras like faster charging and brighter screens.
As a reminder, the Surface Pro is a 2-in-1 smart device with a detachable keyboard case that transforms it from a tablet into a fully functional laptop.
The current Surface Pro 8 also has a 13-inch touchscreen, an 11th Gen Intel Core processor, and a 16-hour battery life.
For those who want a proper laptop PC, the Surface Laptop remains a solid choice with this device currently available with a 13-inch or 15-inch PixelSense display along with extended battery life and fast Intel processors.
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We’ll have to wait until Wednesday to see exactly what upgrades Microsoft is making to its mobile devices, but those machines may not be the only products getting an update.
Some experts are speculating that Microsoft’s top-of-the-line desktop PC could be subject to significant changes. The Surface Studio hasn’t been updated in over three years, so it might be a good idea to give it a blockbuster refresh.
This device, which takes aim at Apple’s iMac, features a huge 28-inch screen, with a speedy processor and hard drive built into its design for a sleek look.
One advantage of the current model is that it can push almost flat on your desk, making it perfect for creative users who want to doodle on the screen using the compatible stylus.
It’s thought the next-gen Studio could have an even bigger screen, a much more powerful processor, and even a cheaper price tag.
One device that we know won’t be getting an update is Microsoft’s lower-cost Surface Laptop Go 2, as the Redmond firm recently refreshed that PC, now offering owners a 12.4 PixelSense touchscreen. inches, a lightweight design and an 11th Gen Intel processor.
Want to know more about what’s coming from Microsoft? Express.co.uk will bring you all the news and updates from Wednesday’s event, so watch this space.