Microsoft could launch a dual-screen Surface in October

Microsoft could launch a dual-screen Surface in October

Microsoft could launch a dual-screen Surface in October

There's little to no doubt that the October 2 NY event will be centered around the next Surface hardware, even though it's not certain what Microsoft will announce. The invite itself doesn't reveal much, other than the time, location, and what appears to be an outline of the Surface logo. We haven't heard anything about it for this event, but there's always the possibility it could debut on Microsoft's own hardware. Yesterday, Microsoft announced it will be holding an event in October. The event will take place on October 2 in the New York City, the same day when Microsoft unveiled the current crop of Surface devices a year ago. It's meant to be the first of a new slate of hybrids due out in 2020.

Just as several phones will be arriving in the last four months left in the year, we will also be seeing new PCs too.

There's a lot of buzz around Microsoft finally taking leap of faith with new hardware form factor - dual screen Windows laptops. It previewed a "sizzle video for new Surface devices and dual-screen prototype hardware" and employees formed long lines to look at the new device. The Surface Laptop is also expected to get a third-gen model. They are most likely going to be seeing the addition of USB Type C port. In comparison to the $779 this complete setup would cost you normally - albeit with 4GB more RAM - you're saving $165 altogether.

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