Of course, this is just speculation, but will a Surface PC be able to co-exist with the Surface Book, or will the Surface PC's announcement spell the end of the Surface Book instead?
According to Mary Jo Foley, we shouldn't expect any new smartphones from Microsoft this year, especially not at the 26th of October event. For more on this, read the full Verge report here. It looks like Microsoft has all but killed the project. Those using abusive language or behavior will result in being blacklisted on Disqus. This event will happen at 10am Eastern Time or 7:30pm Greenwich Mean Time, so you might want to get that down in your calendar, pronto.
But beyond all talk of Windows 10 and Microsoft's business is the prospect of a Surface all-in-one arriving at NY on October 26. However, the future of Windows 10 is a big umbrella, and it wouldn't be out of character for such an event to include some new hardware announcements.
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One year after revealing its first laptop PC - a rival for Apple's MacBook Pro - Microsoft could be set to cause a sensation in 2016 with an iMac-style all-in-one PC codenamed "Surface Cardinal". Xbox will be supporting 4K gaming and will come with six teraflops of power.
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Last month, there were reports that Microsoft would add an all-in-one PC to its Surface lineup, filling a gap in the middle of a product range that spans from the svelte Surface Pro 4 tablet to the giant Surface Hub touch screen.
In the event held previous year, Microsoft focused on the Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, Lumia 950 series, and the Microsoft Band 2.
"Hopefully, we will see some new Surface hardware", tweeted Patrick Moorhead, principal analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy.