- Microsoft is expected to announce the Surface Laptop Studio 2, which will feature a 13th Gen Intel Core processor and an RTX 40 series GPU.
- The Surface Laptop Studio 2 will have up to 64GB of RAM and may include a standard USB Type-A port and a card reader, addressing community demands.
- The Surface Laptop Go 3, another upcoming device, is rumored to have an Intel Core i5 processor and will be priced at EUR 899. It will be available in October.
Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio 2 is expected to be announced next week, and a new report suggests it will come with a 13th Gen Intel Core processor and an RTX 40 series GPU. The report also hints at a new Surface Laptop Go device, which is said to ship with a 12th Gen Intel processor sometime in October. Microsoft has not shared any details about the two devices, but is holding a special event on September 21 in New York where it is expected to make the announcements.
The original Surface Laptop Studio is a versatile computer that can be used as a standard laptop, a tablet, and a tablet with a touchpad. It was launched in October 2021 at a starting price of $1600 and came with 11th Gen Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processors. The graphics were handled by Intel Iris Xe Graphics on the Core i5 models and up to an Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti laptop GPU with 4 GB GDDR6 VRAM on the Core i7 models. The Surface Laptop Go 2, on the other hand, was a more compact and less powerful laptop also powered by an 11th Gen processor.
According to past leaks and rumors, Microsoft is gearing up to launch newer versions of both the Surface Laptop Studio and the Surface Laptop Go. Now, it has been reported that the Surface Laptop Studio 2 will come with a 13th Gen Intel Core processor and an RTX 40 series GPU. The report shares key specifications, as well as images for the two devices. The Surface Laptop Studio 2 is said to come with the Core i7-13700H or the Core…
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