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A new report suggests that Microsoft's upcoming Surface all-in-one device might be called Surface Studio. The trademark applications also include a device called the Surface Dial.
Microsoft is holding a big event on Wednesday, where the company is expected to announce new hardware and software. Here's what you can expect from the event, and what not to expect.
Microsoft has announced a hardware event, which will be held on October 26 in New York City. The company will likely announce new Surface hardware, such as its rumored all-in-one.
Alongside the Bluetooth Surface Keyboard that was reported yesterday, the Surface Mouse has now been spotted in an FCC filing. The device looks like a Designer Mouse, but in a gray color.
Newly found FCC filings show more photos of Microsoft's rumored Bluetooth Surface Keyboard, which reportedly may be announced by the company as early as later on this week.
In a new report, an image has appeared of what seems to be a Surface Bluetooth Keyboard. The leaked device has Microsoft's trademark Surface design, including the magnesium coloring.
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Microsoft is expected to unveil its new Surface all-in-one, and a refreshed Surface Book and Pro 4, next month. But the Book 2, Pro 5, and Band 3 aren't likely to arrive until Spring 2017.
Microsoft is reportedly testing Surface AIO PCs in three sizes, with Full HD and 4K resolutions, while its new Surface Book is said to have a redesigned hinge that closes the 'gap' of its predecessor.
According to placeholders at Microsoft's Building 88, the company is working on four new Surface devices; one apparently slated for launch this year, and three in the next.