Saturday September 10, 2016

Microsoft Surface All-In-One PC May Headline October Hardware Launch

Microsoft will be holding another big hardware event next month, and their biggest Surface yet is rumored to finally show. While we know little aside from it being an AIO, I think it is safe to assume it may be comparable to the Surface Hub.

I've heard that Surface Cardinal could be positioned as a product that can turn your desk into "a studio." My bet: Cardinal is the rumored Surface All-in-One device running Windows 10, which may come in one, two, and/or three different screen sizes (21, 24, or 27), as first reported by Windows Central. This may be the consumer-focused version of Microsoft's Surface Hub, as Windows Central speculated, using the Perceptive Pixel screen technology that's at the core of Surface Hub.