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Microsoft is expected to unveil the next generation of Surface Studio as part of its annual new lineup launch on October 12. There are few details about the new product yet, but we can already take a look at the appearance of the Surface Studio 3. A photo of the device got into the network thanks to the certification of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Apparently, Microsoft decided not to change the design of the Surface Studio, despite the fact that four years have passed since the release of the previous generation. The main changes will be related to the technical characteristics. According to information Windows Central, Surface Studio 3 is powered by 11th generation Intel processors. Of course, the novelty will work under Windows 11.
In the FCC report, the Surface Studio 3 has a model number of 2028, while the Surface Studio 2 had a model number of 1707. By the way, a certain device with a model number of 2043 and the name “Desktop Computer” also passed the certification. This is probably a devkit for ARM developers codenamed Project Volterra.