Microsoft’s Surface line has a variety of options, from the standard 2-in-1 device, to the Surface Laptop in the form of a Laptop, to the Surface Studio in the form of an all-in-one device.
Based on the latest revelations, it looks like Microsoft is preparing to launch its first Surface Gaming laptop focused on Gaming.
According to specs found by Prime Gaming, Microsoft Surface Gaming laptop may have some high-end specs.
The Surface Gaming laptop features a 16-inch PixelSense Flow Display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution, 165Hz refresh rate and Dolby Vision support, according to the leak. The case comes in magnesium and aluminum, platinum and matte black, and comes with a one-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.
The machine size is 357.37 x 245.11 x 19.55mm, equipped with 16GB or 32GB LPDDR4x memory, optional 256GB / 512GB / 1TB / 2TB SSD storage, two types of configuration:
I5-12500h (12-core, 16-thread) processor + RTX 3050 Ti 4GB unique display + 102W power supply + 1957.6g weight + 16 hours of battery life
I7-12700h (14-core, 20-thread) processor + RTX 3070 Ti 8GB unique display + 127W power + 2019.9g weight + 15 hours of battery life
In addition, the machine is equipped with 3 lightning 4 / USB 4 ports, as well as 3.5mm headphone hole, Surface power interface, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, Windows Hello face recognition, 1080P camera and so on.
If the revelations are true, this would be the most powerful Surface laptop ever made. iGeekphone has learned that Microsoft launched the original line of Surface RT tablets on October 26, 2012. Sources tell The Verge that Microsoft plans to unveil new products this fall to mark the 10th anniversary of Surface. We can expect it later this year or at CES 2023.