The new Microsoft’s Surface is set to probably hit the market soon, as a new rumor emerges that the tech giant Microsoft is going to launch a new Surface based on ARM processors and that will obviously run Windows 10.
Microsoft And Lenovo To Launch Surface With ARM Processor
Windows 10 has managed to move the market to several levels, showing that it is an operating system that can cover the most varied areas.
Now that the new Surface is set to probably hit the market soon, a new rumor emerges that Microsoft is going to launch a new Surface based on ARM processors and that will obviously run Windows 10.
It is certain that it will be at the end of the year that will begin to appear the new notebooks equipped with ARM processors, in particular, the Snapdragon 835 from Qualcomm. For this lack, the tech giant Microsoft does its part and make available the version of Windows 10 designed for these processors.
But now an information emerged realizes that maybe the tech giant Microsoft itself to market this equipment, with the creation of a Surface based on ARM processors from Qualcomm and, of course, will run Windows 10.
To be true, this new Surface seems to be the reinvention of the RT model, which the tech giant Microsoft launched in 2012, and which promised to be a radical change in this universe of the device. Poor membership and lack of support for win32 apps eventually dictated its death.
The source of this information is the production chain itself, which said it will already be working on the creation of this new machine. There is still a doubt that lies in the fact that this new computer could be from Lenovo.
A lot of this new union between the tech giant Microsoft and Qualcomm has expected around the ARM and Windows 10 processors, namely with regard to the appearance of new equipment, lighter, with less power consumption and new connections to the Internet.
The tech giant Microsoft will soon have news in the field of Surfaces, but this new machine and this new architecture should only appear at the end of the year, as it had already been advanced by Qualcomm itself.
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