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This is the new Microsoft Surface Pro

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This is the new Microsoft Surface Pro

The popular leak source @Elevaux  shared some photos about the allegedly new Microsoft Surface Pro . Evan Blass claims that the device will now be called “Surface Pro” without any numbering. This device is expected to be introduced at the event to be held on May 23 in Shanghai.



Apart from the new updated pen and additional keyboard colors, it looks like there will not be much change in the visual aspect. Also apparently the company will not include USB-C port. The software giant had not included the USB-C port on the Surface Laptop that it introduced a few weeks ago. The same approach can be followed on a new generation of convertible computers.



Perhaps, the company thinks that this next generation connectivity road is not ready for everyone’s intensive use and sees it unnecessary to include it in advance.



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