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New Microsoft Surface Pro leaks out

Microsoft will be holding an event in Shanghai on May 23rd and they’re expected to reveal a refresh to the Surface Pro 4, according to leaked images obtained by famed leaker, Evan Blass (@evleaks) in his post on Venture Beat.

Microsoft’s VP of Surface, Panos Panay recently said that “there’s not such thing as a Surface Pro 5,” and theses leaked images show us, what Panay may have been referring to.

It seems that Microsoft isn’t redesigning the Surface Pro line, but instead giving it a much needed spec bump and dropping the number, to simply be referred to as Surface Pro. Microsoft may be going to a similar naming approach that Apple does with their laptops by calling refreshed models by when they were released, i.e. Macbook Pro with Retina Display (Early 2015) etc.

The new Surface Pro still retains a USB Type-A port, Mini DisplayPort, SD card, Surface charging port headphone jack and no USB Type-C port. You can expect the new Surface Pro to come with the latest Intel Core i processor and similar storage and RAM options to the outgoing Surface Pro 4.

The infamous Surface Pen and Keyboard will also be available in four colours that are similar to what the recently announced Surface Laptop will be available in, when it ships in June.

Source: Venture Beat

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