Future Decoded: Microsoft To Unveil New Surface Hardware
Future Decoded: Microsoft To Unveil New Surface Hardware

According to the reliable sources the tech giant Microsoft’s Panos Panai, who is the Vice President of the tech giant Microsoft’s Surface Department will simply step up to unveil new products of the brand, as he simply following the history of the tech giant Microsoft’s events.

Future Decoded: Microsoft To Unveil New Surface Hardware

From October 31st to November 1st, this year will be the tech giant Microsoft Event called Future Decoded will take place in London, where new brand bets on hardware that are expected as well as great news for the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10.

According to technology site The Verge, Panos Panai, the Vice President of the tech giant Microsoft’s Surface Department will step up to stage new products of the brand, following the history of Microsoft events. It is expected that at least one new equipment will emerge from this event.

Microsoft and Qualcomm put together on stage?

In addition to the new hardware, the tech giant Microsoft in Future Decoded should also present some news that may be to reach Windows 10. Also, it is no news to anyone that the tech giant Microsoft and Qualcomm have been working together so that Windows 10 works on devices with Snapdragon, and so, we may also have news in that direction.

The tech giant Microsoft is also expected to take advantage of the occasion to make slight upgrades to the Surface line, particularly the Surface Book, which was last upgraded last year.

In fact, the tech giant Microsoft has been fairly calm in recent times. So, let’s wait and see what the brand has to offer us on the last day of October.

So, what do you think about this and what are you expecting from the tech giant Microsoft even known as Future Decoded? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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