On October 2nd, Microsoft will hold its next Surface event and we expect to see the latest iteration of Microsoft's premium tablet unveiled. Yes, the Surface Pro 7 should be unwrapped during the festivities and we have already seen rumored configurations of the device leak for the European market. The Windows-powered slates are said to be equipped with the 10th-generation Intel Core processor and models will reportedly be available with 4GB of memory and 128GB of SSD storage (powered by the 10th-gen Core i3) to the top-of-the-line unit with 16GB of memory and 512GB of storage (powered by the 10th-gen Core i7).
According to WinCentral, the stylus has just received certification from the FCC. The documentation from the regulatory agency refers to the Surface Pen as a Wireless Input Accessory Device, and it will support Bluetooth Low Energy (LE). The new Surface Pen is expected to feature a scroll wheel allowing users to change pages and zoom in and out with the use of a finger.While owning a Type Cover is important if you plan on using the Surface Pro as a laptop substitute, another accessory in demand is the Surface Pen.
The Surface Pro 7 will reportedly feature thinner bezels and a slightly flatter design. While the display should remain at 12.3-inches, the DisplayPort will be replaced with a Type-C port. However, the proprietary Surface Connect system remains intact which means no Thunderbolt 3 ports will be found on the slate.
With the new Surface Pro 7 expected to be introduced early next month, you should be able to find some great deals on the current version of the tablet, the Surface Pro 6.