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The probability is that there is not much new hardware this year, a Surface All-in-One desktop (AIO) keeps popping up on our radar. However, as per ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, the device will go on to be codenamed “Cardinal” and it "could be positioned as a product that can turn your desk into 'a studio.”
As per the reports by Windowscentral, a home or living room has been focused as well, which could go on to tie the reports of Microsoft Home Hub.
However, details are still quite scarce, but it seems quite likely that the device would come with detachable display, inking support, and be modular in nature with add-on components. We also hear that the 4K resolution batted around along with several screen sizes with 27-inches being the most likely and reportedly, 21 and 24-inch versions are also being tested.
The Verge’s Tome Warren has hinted that the unique PC would come with a GTX – 1080 video card, which would be quite substantial for gaming. It has also been heard that Microsoft is currently recruiting “media influencers” in the gaming industry to attend the upcoming event next week, suggesting a gaming tie-in.
In fact, a high end video card will also go on to make this VR and AR ready. Combined with Windows Holographic being put in Window 10 in addition to some Project C games to the Windows Store and perhaps the Surface AIO will be a lot more then what we actually expect. Imagine a Surface powering 3D holographic experience.
Probability is that the co-branded Surface Keyboards as well as Surface Mouse will most likely be shown with the PC. One keyboard is small and minimalist while the other is ergonomic. However, these are just re-banded Designer Keyboard, Designer Mouse and Sculpt Keyboard designs which have been updated with some new tech and gray color scheme.
Just like all the Surface products, it is being expected that the latest device will be unique and also expensive.