New versions of Microsoft’s tablet and laptop PC are expected in the first quarter of next year. Photos, taken after passing through the hands of Korean control authorities, have been published. And we note as an air of deja vu …
Microsoft’s new Surface Pro (tablet) and Surface Laptop (laptop PC) models are said to be passing the various homologation checks in different countries. At least in South Korea. Two photographs taken as part of the standard procedures for verifying a product before it is placed on the Asian market have leaked onto the web.
SafetyKorea via WindowsCentral – On the left, the new version of the Surface Pro from the front and on the right, the new Surface Laptop, taken from the back.
We can clearly see the logo specific to the range. We also discern that their design is similar and that no major line change seems to be on the agenda. A priori, the essential would be invisible to the eyes: the evolutions would have to be sought in the bowels of the two machines.
The identification numbers of the products listed suggest that Microsoft may name the new arrivals “New Surface Laptop” and “New Surface Pro” (with optional LTE). As it did with the Surface Pro X update on the occasion of the Surface Laptop Go launch.
According to site sources Windows Central, the two devices would adopt an 11th generation Intel Core platform, and an AMD version for the Laptop would also be on the program. No fanfare launch to be expected therefore for its new models, Microsoft is probably reserving for much more important products to be expected by the end of 2021.