Here’s How You Can Watch Microsoft’s Surface Event Happening Later Today
Microsoft announced its October 2 Surface event back in August, and according to the several rumors and leaks we’ve been hearing about, it definitely looks like the company has a lot of products to showcase to the public. However, there are times when you want to get right into the action yourself and be a part of the Microsoft Surface event. Well, luckily for you, there are several ways to do that and we’ll show you how.
Keep in mind that the Microsoft Surface event starts at 10:00 AM Eastern Time (ET) so adjust your timings according to the zone you live in. All it takes is a quick Google search and you’ll find out your local time and day as to when the event will start. As for coverage; we’ll be providing ‘round the clock’ updates for you regarding all Surface devices Microsoft announces today, so for the in-depth details, you can always count on us. If you feel you’d rather livesteam the event, you can visit the Surface homepage on Microsoft’s website.
There are other ways to stay ‘up to date’ with the event too. You can head over to Twitter, or Facebook and use your preferred browser to receive live updates concerning what products the Microsoft Surface event will showcase. As for what could be unveiled, yesterday we got a pretty good look at them and we hope you did as well. The technology giant will most likely unveil the 13-inch and 15-inch versions of the Surface Laptop 3, along with its Surface Pro 7.
What’s interesting to check out is a new ARM-powered Surface 7 with not one, but two USB-C ports. The last time Microsoft relied on an ARM processor, it was for its Surface RT range, which turned out to be a colossal failure. Since then, ARM chips have improved in both efficiency and capability, to the point where running Windows 10 is possible. Like we stated earlier, the Microsoft Surface event is looking to be an exciting one and we’ll be right here providing the latest news and updates, to stay tuned.
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