A few days ago, we anticipated the arrival of new models Surface designed for gaming, with which Microsoft intends to expand its range of 2-in-1 laptops. These should be presented at the event of the same name to be held on 12 October at 16:00 (Italian time), of which the company has recently made the official announcement. Several are the expected news, such as the new Surface 9 Pro, which should make use of Intel and ARM CPUsin addition to the new blue and green colors.
As previously mentioned, the new ones Gaming Surface they will include high-end hardware and they should be available in two options featuring Alder Lake CPUs: the first includes a Core i5-12500H along with a GPU dedicated Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Tiwhile the second would be equipped instead with a Core i7-12700H it’s a RTX 3070 Ti. Finally, it would be possible to choose between 16 or 32GB of RAM for both models.
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The list of planned news also includes a possible new Surface Laptop 5which should only arrive in an Intel version, including a 12th generation Core processor. These are however the only known details regarding this device. There is also waiting for the Surface Studio 3whose accessories were already leaked on the net in the form of a render. The company hasn’t updated this line since 2018, with the latest model now obsolete in terms of CPU and GPU.
At the event, Microsoft is also expected to unveil other accessoriessuch as TypeCover and possible new wireless earphones Surface Earbuds. The company could also finally present Project Volterra, its first ARM mini-computer that was already announced earlier this year, which closely resembles the shape and style of Apple’s Mac Mini. This device should include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 high-end processoras well as several USB ports, including three Type-A and two Type-C, along with a DisplayPort and an Ethernet connector.
The event could also represent an opportunity for celebrate 10 years that the Surface line does just this fall, which is why we might expect some more surprises from Microsoft.