what to expect from next week’s event?

This time should be the right one, the Surface Studio will finally benefit from a hardware update. However, we should not expect a redesign of the design, but an improvement in the technical data sheet. Starting with the processor, an Intel Core i7 of 11e generation, coupled with 32 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage. Only one version should be marketed, without the possibility of customization.

Three USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports would be added to the terminal, joining the two USB-A sockets of the last iteration. On the other hand, the SD card slot should disappear on this Surface Studio 3. The all-in-one PC would also be equipped with a better webcam and certified Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

For the rest, new Surface Pen and Surface Keyboard should be unveiled by Microsoft. A device known as Project Volterra or Black Rock might also show up. It would be a mini-desktop PC, the first of the group, under Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3. This device would be designed by the Surface team, but should not be marketed within the Surface range.

According to Zac Bowden, it is very unlikely that Surface Laptop Studio 2, Surface Go 4, Surface Duo 3, Surface Neo, Surface Laptop SE 2 or
Surface Laptop Go 3 to be announced during the event.

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