Monday, 24 October 2016
Why is it not the perfect time to purchase a brand new computer? Here's why...
If you were thinking about buying a brand-new computer shortly, wait several weeks.
Both Apple and Microsoft are only days away from hoped-for statements for their new computers.
A new all in one desktop computer PC from Microsoft
Microsoft is holding a press event on October 26 in New York where it's anticipated to declare the long-rumoured all in one Surface desktop PC it's been developing.
Contemplate it as Microsoft's answer to the iMac.
Up to now, few details apart from the computer's existence have leaked, so it will be fascinating to find the company's take on a desktop computer.
Last year, Microsoft surprised everyone with the Surface Book laptop/tablet PC hybrid medium. And the Surface tablet PC has existed for years now.
Microsoft to unveil Surface all in one PC in late October
Microsoft has been trying various Surface all in one PCs, and the company is expected to unveil at least one variation during a hardware event next month. ZDNet reports that Microsoft will unveil a Surface-branded gear now codenamed "Cardinal" at an occasion in Nyc. Sources comfortable with Microsoft's Surface strategies tell The Point the company is currently targeting a late October hardware beginning occasion.
Previous reports have suggested that Microsoft is working on three Surface-branded all in one PCs that is reachable in stores later this year. Windows Central previously reported that Microsoft has analyzed 21-inch, 24-inch, and 27-inch versions, but it isn't clear if the software maker will begin all three screen sizes. Microsoft proposed back in July that it was thinking to begin a brand-new Surface-branded device this year, and three more for next year. Microsoft could also use its occasion to refresh its Surface Book and Surface Master 4 apparatus with Intel's hottest Kaby Lake processors, but the business will likely wait until next year to unveil precise successors.
Microsoft is also planning two significant software updates to Windows 10 next year, with the first expected to debut alongside new hardware in early 2017.
What is it? An all in one PC in Microsoft's Surface style
When is it out? Latest rumors point to October 26
What will it cost? Hopefully not much more than $999
Surface PC release date
Asserts a Surface PC, for instance, were augmented when images of a completely new Surface computer keyboard emerged. Shortly later, Microsoft announced an October 26 occasion assuring to reveal the business's roadmap for Windows 10 into 2017.
Will part of that future be an all new, Microsoft-made PC to experience Windows 10 with? The ramping up of leaks involving the alleged device's keyboard and mouse seem to affirm this – again, as do the sources discussing with reporters on the Microsoft beat.
New MacBooks and iMacs from Apple
Apple can be said to be intending new MacBooks and potentially new iMacs for release by the end of October.
The tremendous report will be the new MacBook Pro, which has been rumored for months now. The new MacBook Pro can be said to have a completely new layout much like the svelte Retina MacBook that began last year.
It'll also have a touchscreen on top of the computer keyboard instead of the conventional row of function keys. That touchscreen will change discovered by which application you're using, according to several reports. Eventually, the new MacBook Pro will have fingerprint sensor for unlocking the device, much like the one on the iPhone.
There's also a chance the MacBook Air and iMac could get some upgrades. However, those upgrades don't appear like they will be top layout refreshes. The biggest change will be a fresh USBC interface on the MacBook Air, based on the report.