Microsoft is holding a Surface hardware eventuality on Tuesday (October 2nd) in New York City, and a new trickle reveals a association will announce a Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Pro 6. We’d been awaiting Microsoft to modernise both these inclination during a event, though we’d also been presumption a new hardware would come with complicated USB-C ports. Germany site WinFuture claims that conjunction a Surface Laptop 2 or Surface Pro 6 will embody USB-C ports.
Instead, Microsoft is pronounced to be adhering with a devoted mini DisplayPort and Surface Connector combo for joining to displays and charging a device. If a news is genuine afterwards this would be a startling pierce from Microsoft, and it would also compare rumored leaked photos of a Surface Laptop 2. The program builder has introduced USB-C on both a Surface Book 2 and Surface Go devices, and to not modernise a flagship Surface Pro and Surface Laptop with a same connector seems like an peculiar choice.
WinFuture also claims a bottom indication of a new Surface Laptop 2 will come with 8GB of RAM, an Intel Core i5 processor, and 128GB of SSD storage. That’s good news as a prior bottom indication saw a Surface Laptop shipped with usually 4GB of RAM. However, a Surface Pro 6 will reportedly boat with a bottom indication that includes 4GB of RAM and an Intel Core m3 processor.
Microsoft is approaching to boat both new inclination in a black tone variant, that WinFuture says will usually be accessible on a pricier models. The Verge will be live from Microsoft’s Surface hardware eventuality on Tuesday, so stay tuned for all a latest news.