Now that there are only a few months left for this year, the public is waiting for Microsoft's official announcement about the fate of its highly successful Surface devices.
According to a report by PC Adviser, though gadget lovers had initially expected the Surface Pro 5 to come out during the early months of 2017, Microsoft has just revealed that they'll be holding an event in NY around the 26 of October, sparking speculations that the new Surface Pro could get its big reveal during the festivities. Rumor has it that some fans still believe that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 could get its most awaited unveiling at the rumored Microsoft event this october 26. Apparently, tech lovers can now get $585 worth of savings when buying a Surface Pro 4 with 16 GB of ram, 1 TB worth of space and an Intel Core i7e for a processor. The current Surface Pro is available in 128, 256, and 512GB models and a 1TB version.
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A lot of Microsoft fans are now getting pretty eager to hear more details about the Redmond-based tech giant's latest entry into its Surface line of flagship, particularly the tablet/laptop hybrid, Microsoft Surface pro 5.
The "non-old model" has confusing specs. It is notable that the Surface Pro 4 is still enjoying high sales in the market today, even if the device was released a year ago. The Surface Pro 5 is probably going to be released during the spring of 2017. Regarding the release date, Microsoft is set to hold an important event on the 26th of October however it's been stated numerous times that we won't see the Surface Phone or the Surface Pro 5 at that event. Furthermore, as Intel has confirmed that it has already shipped its Intel Kaby Lake processor to manufacturers that will pack the chipset, then, there is no more deterrent to the arrival of the Surface Pro 5. According to Game N Guide, the Surface Pro 5 will be using the Skylake's successor that will provide impressive boost of its performance. As for the updates on the Surface family, it is rumored that Microsoft will present the first all-in-one (AIO) Surface desktop computer.