Microsoft might release a monitor-only version of the Surface Studio in 2020. Brad Sams claims this in Beneath A Surface, a new book detailing the history of Microsoft’s Surface efforts. Reports suggest that the new Surface Studio might come with a modular twist. (via The Verge)
The company is also planning to introduce a Surface-branded ambient computing device. This could be a hardware which blends in your home or office with Cortana integration. With the Surface headphones launched this year, Microsoft is also planning to move to audio equipment.
Sam also notes that AMD based Surface Laptop could be released in late 2019. Microsoft is reportedly considering using AMD Picasso chips. It’s however very unlikely that Microsoft will rely on AMD processors for its flagship products like the Surface Studio Monitor.
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