Microsoft Working On A New AIO Desktop Surface PC To Take On Apple’s iMac [Rumors]

Rumors has it that Microsoft’s next Surface intiative may be a break from the norm, as a report surfacing from a hit-miss Digitimes.

According to the notoriously deemed with, Microsoft is hard at work on an all-new Surface that will be very different to the tablets. Actually, the main prospect is that the next Surface will be an all-in-one (AIO) desktop machine rather than a portable. To this point, all of Microsoft’s systems have been notebooks or tablets, but in the world where portable machines are very much in rise, Microsoft is said decided to bring its first AIO computing machine to the market.


Apple, is one of most famous company produces an AIO with its ever-popular iMac. Given the fact that the machine amongst those who want a computer and monitor to be part of the same unit, taking up less space and reducing cables, the idea behind Microsoft;s sense giving that particular market a try is not an absurd one. The maker has already attempted challenging Apple in the notebook world as well as tablet PC market. This does seems like a possible next step.

In fact there are many such stories that went wrong which belongs to Digitimes. To its credit, the publication does have hits to go with its misses as well, but for the time being, take this one with a grain of salt, also use pepper.

If this report is to be more accurate, Q3 2016 is the earliest we can expect anything from Microsoft’s announcement channels, as the decision to await Kaby lake processors are still under lock and key within Intel. Replacing its Skylake CPUs, Kaby Lake chips aren’t yet ready for production. Although, the source expects Microsoft to be at the head of the line. If Apple decides that Kaby Lake should be in its won machines, however, that plan may not work out as intended.


For now! Wait and see what happens with the Microsoft’s new arena versus Apple’s iMac.

(Source: DigiTimes)

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