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LOOK: Microsoft’s latest Surface laptop images leaked

/ 06:58 PM May 02, 2017
Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Numerous product images have been leaked in the past just before their respective official unveilings and Microsoft’s new Surface laptops won’t be the last.

Twitter user WalkingCat recently uploaded photos of the upcoming Microsoft Surface Laptop. He claims that it will come with a 13.5-inch PixelSense display, Alcantara-covered keyboard, and a Windows 10 S operating system. He also adds that there will be four different colors: platinum, burgundy, cobalt blue and graphite gold.


Burgundy-colored Surface Laptop. Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Burgundy-colored Surface laptop. Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

However, it’s not clear as to what type of processor will power these laptops, nor the types of ports that will be incorporated. Based on the photos, it appears to be missing USB type-C ports.

Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

Image: Twitter/@h0x0d

The Verge reports that the Surface laptops will be running a Microsoft Chrome OS alternative operating system OS.


So far, all of these details are still in the rumor phase. But the record can be set straight soon when Microsoft discloses all relevant information regarding these new Surface notebooks, set to be officially launched in a few hours, as of this writing. Alfred Bayle/JB


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TOPICS: Alcantara keyboard, leaked images, Microsoft Surface, PixelSense Display
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