Google isn’t the only company set to launch new hardware in October. A few months after introducing the new entry-level Surface Go tablet, Microsoft has scheduled an event in New York City for October 2nd.

The company will most likely update its premium Surface Pro lineup with new models sporting 8th-gen Intel Core processors and USB Type-C ports, among other things. According to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, the Surface Laptop could also get an update, but she doesn’t expect a new Surface Book or Surface Hub until next year.

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5 replies on “Lilbits 335: Next-gen Surface Pro coming October 2nd?”

  1. I want a real laptop. One that doesn’t need a kickstand to keep it from falling down.

    1. That’s really sad, because if you look at market, there are no laptops left … only like 10000 models remaining, fighting the windows tablet war.

  2. Nice to see that the LTE version of the Surface Go is coming out this Fall.

    1. Been wanting a small PC with LTE for a while. Looks like the Surface Go is the smallest one I can find.

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