Microsoft traditionally announces new Windows-based Surface Pro convertible device at its October event
Microsoft is reportedly planning an October hardware event focusing on company’s Surface branded products. This year, however, the company could just unveil Surface-branded all-in-one Windows 10 PC.
Microsoft’s October event have always been about Surface Pro and last year, Microsoft surprised everyone with its Surface Book. It seems, Microsoft is just not announcing a new Surface Book or Surface Book at its October hardware launch this year. Microsoft could simply refresh the Surface Pro and Surface Book lineup with new and faster processors, reports ZDNet.
The report further confirms that Microsoft is working on new Windows 10-based all-in-one PC codenamed Cardinal. Microsoft’s Cardinal is being dubbed a…