Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 in All Black Variant Will Likely Launch at October Event
The tech company Microsoft is already ready to host its annual Surface event this coming October 2 in New York City at 4:00 PM ET. This event is expected to showcase a new lineup of Surface products such as the Surface Laptop 2, the mysterious dual-screen Surface Phone, and the long-due Surface Studio personal computers.
According to The Indian Express, many photos of the upcoming Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 just surfaced online from the MySmartPrice blog. In the photos, the device seems to be replacing the graphite gold variant because of its all black color. Windows United was the first to report about this black color variant.
The black color will likely make a return with the laptop’s launch. The company has been avoiding the black color because the Surface RT was unveiled in the black “VaporMag” magnesium. Then, the company’s Surface tablet range had a silver “platinum” color option for the past few years. Recent reports also pointed out that the same black color will be available for the mysterious Surface Pro.
In terms of specification, the upcoming Surface Laptop 2 will feature the same design and ports as its predecessor. The device will boost an upgraded 8th generation Intel Core series core processing units and faster memory. The device will also come with a USB Type-C port, LPDDR4 RAM, SSD storage, and SD card slot.
Apart from the upcoming black laptop, the company is also expected to introduce the refreshed versions of the Surface Pro tablet at the upcoming event. This tablet will have the same features and black color as the upcoming laptop. Meanwhile, the Surface Studio personal computers will probably be equipped with the latest Nvidia GPUs. Other reports suggested that the Surface Phone will not be introduced at the event because the device is apparently being pushed to 2019.
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