Unlike many of their competitors, i Microsoft’s Windows-based Surface Tablet they rarely miss many details months before an official announcement. It is therefore not entirely surprising that we have not heard anything about a possible model Pro 9 almost a full year after the commercial debut of the Pro 8.
With the Surface Pro 8 powerhouse following in the footsteps of a Pro 7 generation released in Fall 2019, this complete silence on the rumor front could have suggested a Pro 9 edition wouldn’t arrive until next year, but expectations are high. suddenly changed.
This is because the (almost) always reliable Roland Quandt now claims that a Surface Pro 9 with SQ3 is “really a reality”. This somewhat vague and not extremely revealing tweet made us realize that about a week ago we missed a very juicy report from Windows Central that expected a big change for the Microsoft Surface hardware family.
Evidently the company is preparing to merge the aforementioned Surface Pro sequel 8 with what would have been Surface Pro X third generation, which will release the combined line-up under one name this fall. Unsurprisingly, that name is Surface Pro 9, and like Roland Quandt today, Windows Central delivered both Intel- and ARM-based configurations for this undoubtedly impressive next-generation iPad Pro alternative last week.
Source: Lega Nerd