Microsoft fans can rejoice as the company is gearing up for the launch of Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 hardware. According to the online chatter, Microsoft will be making quite a few changes to its products.
Microsoft Surface Book 3
Reports are floating online, claiming that Microsoft will utilize the latest 10th generation processors by Intel on the Surface Book 3 with up to 32GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage. We have exciting news for professionals, designers, engineers, and 3D animators, that prefer to rely on the Quadro graphics card; the company is gravitating towards Nvidia’s Quadro graphics card for some of its Surface Book 3 models.
Microsoft Surface Go 2
Surface Go 2, the next generation of the company’s successful tablet, is unveiling soon. It will feature Intel Core m3 and will also sport the option of the Intel Pentium Gold processor. Rumor is that the Surface Go 2 will come with a bigger display of 10.5 inches with bezels similar to those on Surface Laptop 3. It will, nonetheless, be the same size as its predecessor and shall still be compatible with the current accessories that include the likes of the Type Cover. The Intel Core m3 variant of it might come loaded with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and LTE connectivity for those who want it. It will come with a USB-C, Surface Connect, a MicroSD card slot, and a headphone jack.
We will know for sure about these details once Microsoft unveils them in the coming month. What we know for sure at this time is the fact that Surface Go 2 has already managed to clear the US Federal Communications Commission thus implying that it will be launched soon enough. It is expected to come loaded with Windows 10 Home in S Mode but you can always update it to regular Windows 10 in no time. We expect that it will still be quite affordable and would probably start at the $400 mark.
We will have more information for you once the unveiling has taken place!