We all know very well that the tech giant Microsoft announced a few weeks ago the Future Decoded 2017 event which is expected to be held on October 31st and November 1st in London. However, now the reports are indicating that the tech giant Microsoft will unveil its Next-Gen Surface Book in early 2018.
Microsoft To Unveil Its Next-Gen Surface Book In Early 2018
The tech giant Microsoft announced a few weeks ago the Future Decoded 2017 event which is expected to be held on October 31st and November 1st in London.
The tech giant Microsoft’s Surface Vice-President Panos Panai was initially expected to come on stage to introduce the second generation of the Surface Book, but the latest rumors indicate that this will not happen.
The tech giant Microsoft Surface Book was introduced in October 2015 and was, by now, the most powerful Surface device of the tech giant Microsoft. Meanwhile, the tech giant Microsoft has been announcing new devices and new generations of existing ones but Surface Book has never seen the second generation.
With the strong assumption that the tech giant Microsoft’s Surface Vice-President Panos Panai would rise to the stage of Future Decoded 2017, all rumors began to suggest that it could present the hypothetical second-generation of Surface Book.
However, Mary Jo Foley, a well-known ZDNet writer, claims to have received information from close or internal Microsoft contacts that indicated that only one LTE version of Surface Pro will be presented at this year’s Future Decoded event.
The long-awaited Surface Book should only be announced early next year and is expected to be released along with a new generation of the powerful Surface Hub, which is a kind of interactive whiteboard developed by the tech giant Microsoft.
This information now unveiled lets you know a bit more than it will be presented at the tech giant Microsoft event which is going to take place at the end of next month.
As for the much-desired Surface Phone/Mobile, Mary Jo Foley said that in the Future Decoded event we will not have any news about the device.
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