Microsoft's Surface Event takes place in New York tomorrow (10am EST). HEXUS has already written some news about the event and what products are hotly tipped to be launched and showcased. However, if you have been excited by the pre-show leaks and titbits we have even more for you today as Twitter sources such as EVLeaks and WalkingCat have spilled product renders and lifestyle images featuring a range of new Surface devices.
EVLeaks shared very clear images of the Surface Pro 7. Ports, connectors, cameras, mics, and so on can all be seen in shots covering almost 360 degrees. The Surface Pro 7 features USB-C (instead of MiniDP), USB-A, and an SD card reader. Inside it is expected to come packing a 10th gen Intel Core processor.
The same source showed off images of an ARM-powered Surface. This device looks very thin with smaller bezels and it boasts at least two USB-C connectors.
Moving on to laptops, EVLeaks has images to share of both the Surface Laptop 3 13-inch and the Surface Laptop 3 15-inch. These updated models appear to have none of the Alacantra fabric over the keyboard / palm rest areas. Microsoft has decided not to shoehorn a numpad into the 15-incher's keyboard area. We don't get a shot with the port side of the laptops.
Lastly EVLeaks Tweets that he didn't have any pictures of the dual-screen Surface, yet. So that's a kind of nod for the product but we will perhaps have to wait until tomorrow to see that.
Moving along to some lifestyle shots WalkingCat (@h0x0d), well known for Windows-related leaks, shared a series of images that are "Anything but ordinary". These show the new Surface devices being used or staged in various trendy urban settings.
While it is interesting to get an early glimpse of these products, I am more interested in the tech specs of these devices - and what changes and upgrades will we see in this respect. Remember, there is lots of buzz about an AMD-powered Surface Laptop 3 15-inch. Microsoft's design for the dual-screen Surface is going to be interesting too.