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Microsoft may introduce an All-in One PC soon

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Microsoft may introduce an All-in One PC soon

Few years ago, Microsoft’s vision for Surface was making tablets that could replace your laptop. However, their vision changed with the Surface Book and now, it looks like Microsoft is even trying to widen the Surface products.

First of all, we were expecting to see the new Surface Book this year but according to the leaks, it is delayed to 2017. Because of this reason, Microsoft’s Surface All-in One PC would be in the spotlight this year. Yes, the latest rumors say that they are working on an All-in One PC within the Surface Family. However, it is not clear whether it will be like Asus’ huge tablet that can be used as a desktop PC or it will be an iMac competitor without any 2 in 1 capabilities.

Honestly, it may be a good decision for them to introduce an All-in One PC because it would be fair to say that we need better Windows computers with better engineering. Speaking based on Microsoft’s success with Surface tablets and Surface Book, we might finally see an All-in One Windows PC that can compete with iMac.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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