Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 12.5-inch Display, October Surface Pro X launch:
Microsoft Surface Laptop Go can debut on October 1 with a 12.5-inch display and Microsoft Surface Pro X with upgraded internal devices. Microsoft plans to reveal the latest products beginning with the launch event and corresponding sales dates with pre-orders. The 12.5-inch version of the Surface Laptop is allegedly called the ‘Go’ Surface Laptop and will be cheaper than the 13.5-inch and 15-inch standard Surface Laptop 3 versions. On the other hand, there were not many specifics disclosed about the redesigned Microsoft Surface Pro X.
A WinFuture article says that on October 1, Microsoft will reveal a 12.5-inch version of its Surface Laptop, probably called Surface Laptop Go, and a beefed up Surface Pro X version. It notes that it would be considerably cheaper to target clients, enterprises, and students with the 12.5-inch version. 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage can come with the basic configuration. It may be priced at EUR 649 (approximately Rs. 56,000), with a starting price of EUR 599 (approximately Rs. 51,700) planned for the student edition.
The Microsoft Surface Laptop Go is expected to have a 12.45-inch display with a 3:2 aspect ratio, an Intel Core i5-1035G1 processor, 4 GB or 8 GB RAM, and 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB storage options in terms of specifications. Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, and a fingerprint reader on the power button are said to provide networking options.
Elevate your everyday with Surface Laptop Go, the super light, everyday laptop that’s a perfect balance of beauty, performance, and battery life. Pre-order now.— Microsoft Surface (@surface) October 1, 2020
The Surface Pro X will be powered by the Microsoft SQ2 processor, according to the article, which is said to be a faster version of the Microsoft SQ1 chip used on the current Surface Pro X. More RAM may also come with it. Further details about Microsoft Surface Pro X is not available.
No information on a new Surface Laptop or a redesigned Surface Pro X has been officially shared by Microsoft, so this piece of information should be taken with a pinch of salt.