Microsoft is getting ready to unveil its Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 hardware. Recent leaks have hinted that Microsoft is planning to use Intel’s latest 10th Gen processors on the Surface Book 3, alongside potentially up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. Rumors also suggest that it will be using Nvidia’s Quadro graphics chips in some Surface Book, 3 models. The switch will mean Surface Book 3 will be better optimized for a number of pro apps instead of gaming like 3D animators, designers, and engineers.
Microsoft is also preparing a Surface Go 2, a successor to its popular smaller tablet. Retailer leaks have also hinted that Microsoft will be offering a model with an Intel Core m3, alongside the typical Intel Pentium Gold processor option. The Intel Core m3 model will also reportedly include 8GB of RAM, 128GB storage, and an optional LTE connectivity. Windows Central reports that the Surface Go 2 will include a large display at 10.5 inches.
Microsoft is planning to unveil its new Surface hardware next month according to the company’s plans, but this could change due to the pandemic. Microsoft has been working toward these new devices for quite some time.