Microsoft today announced an event for September 22, with the invitation to mention only the phrase "Come with us to see what happens next" along with the image of a Surface Pro device that emits blue light.
The event is scheduled to be broadcast at 18:00 (Greek Time).
The obvious theme of the event from the image could be a new Surface Pro which could be called Pro 8. The Surface Pro 7 may have been upgraded but renamed Pro 7+ and released exclusively for business customers.
A redesigned Surface Pro has been rumored for a long time, but no information has been leaked about it. What we have read is that the design dating back to the Pro 4 released in 2015 will be renewed.
Expectations for the expected change include smaller bezels with larger screens, Intel 11th generation chips and other enhancements such as a Thunderbolt 4 port and more. With Windows 11 coming out on October 5, a new Surface Pro may entice many.
In addition to the Surface Pro, the company can also introduce the Surface Duo 2, a device that has already begun to appear in benchmarks. The Duo 2 is expected to bring significant upgrades, such as a triple camera array and a Snapdragon 888 chipset with 5G support.
In addition to these two products, you can add a new Surface Book model to your list of possible presentations.
However, along with product presentations, Microsoft should take the time to talk about the upcoming release of Windows 11.