Microsoft could hold the next Surface event on September 21
We may see the Surface Laptop 6, Surface Pro 10, and more.
Microsoft’s last big Surface event happened in October 2022. So, following last year’s trend, we’ve been expecting Microsoft to hold 2023’s Surface event in the same month to unveil the Surface Laptop 6, Surface Pro 10, and other Surface devices.
However, the latest leak suggests Microsoft could end up announcing those Surface products a month earlier.
Microsoft is already sending invitations for the Surface Event!
Jake Kro has claimed on X, formerly Twitter, that Microsoft is already sending out invites for the special event. And the said special event is reportedly to take place on 21st September 2023.
Although the company hasn’t officially announced anything through a press release or on social media, Krol claims the invitation is for 2023’s Microsoft Surface event.
A long list of Surface devices is expected to feature at this event. However, most of them are next-gen iterations of devices introduced in previous years. The list includes the Surface Laptop 6, Surface Pro 10, and Surface Go 4. The Surface Studio 3 and Audio Dock 2 could also appear at the event.
Microsoft is very likely to unveil the Surface Laptop 6 at this event, as substantial leaks about the upcoming notebook are already circling the internet. The Laptop is expected to sport a 13th-generation Intel processor, better battery life, and a 10-point multi-touch display.
In terms of the rest of the potential Surface devices we could see at this event, the Surface Pro 10 and Surface Go 4 have also leaked a fair bit. Windows Central had even reported that the Surface Go 4 could feature an ARM processor, and the Surface Pro 10 could come in two sizes — 11-inch and 13-inch.
All things considered, we are just speculating. If this is indeed Microsoft’s big Surface event, the official announcement should arrive soon.
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