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Microsoft Surface Event scheduled for Oct 2

10 September 2018 2

Microsoft has sent out press invites for its next event, where the company is expected to launch the new Surface device. The media invites ask for a “moment of your time” for an event to be scheduled in New York on October 2.

Reports suggest that Microsoft is planning to launch a new refreshed Surface Pro line and Surface Laptops with the latest Intel processors at the event. The Surface Studio, Microsoft's all-in-one PC is also expected to get an upgrade in the fall event. The Microsoft event is also expected to focus on the company’s services and hardware. Microsoft is starting to reveal its next Windows 10 update features, codenamed 19H1, so we are expected to know more about the update at the event as well.

Microsoft annual event on October 2 is just a few days ahead of internet search giant Google’s launch event on October 9 where the company is expected to launch the new Pixel devices.

Last week, Google has officially sent out press invites for the launch event where it is expected to unveil the third-generation Pixel smartphones. The launch event will be held in New York City. Apple has also scheduled the launch event for its new iPhones at an event in Sept later this week. The new Apple devices are expected to hit the shelves later this month. Apple is scheduled to launch its iPhone 2018 trio on September 12 (10.30PM) Apple will be launching the new iPhone devices at its Steve Jobs Theatre. The media invite for the event says ‘Gather Round. Please join us at the Apple special event at the Steve Jobs theatre in Cupertino.



Microsoft Surface Event scheduled for Oct 2,2018
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There would be a refreshed Surface Pro line. And maybe new Mac in the next few days. Apple's bringing out new macs, right? Please shade some light on this so I can get something at around $900-$1000 budget.


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