Next week, on September 21, Microsoft is expected to provide an update to its Surface product line, and we now know what one of them looks like thanks to images revealed by WinFuture.
A week after revealing the main technical characteristics of the three new Surface computers expected at next week’s Microsoft conference, Roland Quandt, from WinFuture, has now lifted the veil on official images of one of them.
In fact, the German site has just revealed photos of the Surface Laptop Studio 2which confirm that the device will have the same design as the original, but with additional ports in the form ofa USB-A port and a microSD card slot.
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What technical specifications for the new Surfaces from Microsoft?
According to WinFuture, the Surface Laptop Studio 2 will retain a 14.4-inch 120 Hz touchscreen with a resolution of 2400 x 1600 pixels that can fold flat. However, it is now equipped with a More powerful Intel Raptor Lake H-series processor, up to Core i7-13700H or Core i7-13800H. Both have 14 cores and 20 threads, but while the former has a maximum clock speed of 5.3 GHz, the latter goes up to 5.5 GHz. Graphics options are also upgraded with Nvidia’s RTX 40 series GPUs, including the RTX 4050 and the RTX 4060 depending on the configuration chosen.
It is interesting to note that the Studio 2 would come with 64 GB of LPDDR5X memory, which would be an improvement over the current model which is only offered with 32 GB of RAM. The device could be equipped with a 58 Wh batterywhich is said to offer up to 19 hours of use on a single charge.
As for its price and availability, the Surface Laptop Studio 2 is expected to go on sale starting October 3, starting at €2,249 in Europe for the base model with the Intel Xe graphics card. The edition with 32 GB of RAM, 1 TB of SSD and RTX 4060 will probably go on sale for 3199 euros. The most powerful version should reach 3700 euros.