Tomorrow Microsoft is holding its #MicrosoftEDU event where we expect to find out how it will take on Google’s Chrome OS, but some of the news may have already leaked. Notorious Microsoft watcher @h0x0d tweeted out a few images of a slim 13.5-inch laptop that apparently runs Windows 10 S — a cloud-optimized version of Windows that only access apps from the Store — has a PixelSense display, comes in four colors and features an Alcantara-covered keyboard. We’ve seen that material on a Surface Pro 4 keyboard before, and the other specs line up from the Chromebook fighter we’re expecting. Interestingly, it also only has a few ports visible. Developing… Surface Laptop: 13.5-in PixelSense display, 4 colors (Platinum/Burgundy/Cobalt Blue/Graphite Gold), Alcantara-covered keyboard, Windows 10 S pic.twitter.com/AEAAhYPgQN — WalkingCat (@h0x0d) May 2, 2017 Surface Laptop: 360 view pic.twitter.com/b5ENVcCIzI — WalkingCat (@h0x0d) May 2, 2017 well Surface Laptop has only these ports, doen’t look ….. right…. to me pic.twitter.com/8fN7JwOYsa — WalkingCat (@h0x0d) May 2, 2017 Source: WalkingCat (Twitter)
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Is this Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop?