September is a month in which many take the opportunity to launch their news. This week we have already had two, but there is still a month to see news in the technology sector. And among these novelties we may be surprised Microsoft in its next hardware event of which we already know the official date.
We finally know the date of the Microsoft event
All users who think about productivity do so with a computer or tablet in mind. In Microsoft, this concept often goes hand in hand if we take into account its range of software, which does not have to envy rival brands. And is that Surface devices are a reference in the world of tablets and that is why it is so important Microsoft’s next hardware event.
The news has been given by one of the most important people in the firm, such as the product manager, Panos Panay. As you can see in the tweet, the shape of one of the firm’s most iconic devices appears, such as the Surface tablet. This will be scheduled for the next September 22, so it’s just around the corner. The truth is that it is not very surprising in this sense, but it does predict the good health that the company enjoys with one of its terminals.
Pumped! See you there #MicrosoftEvent pic.twitter.com/uFT5ppJj8s
– Panos Panay (@panos_panay) September 1, 2021
What to expect to see at the event
All users associate Microsoft with Windows, but the company has struggled in recent years to distance itself from that belief. And it is that, although it may not seem like it, the firm has inspired many others with its range of Surface products, including its line of tablets where it stands out at the level of design thought for productivity.
And this is what is expected at the event next September 22: a renovation of the products of the house. The Surface tablets with their Pro and Go versions could come as a reinforcement before Apple’s advance in the segment, although we could also see another novel device such as the second version of the Neo and Duo folding terminals that we have already seen and that could mark the future of the Redmond company. Another hope is to see something from Windows 11, although it will already be integrated into the terminals.