Microsoft Surface Pro 10

Nice to see a Samsung Device in there after all. We had heard that they likely would not have a device at launch. I wonder if it will have an S-Pen or if they will do like they have in the past with Windows devices and go MPP?

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If only it was a 2 in 1.

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Tap your heels together and chant S-Pen, S-Pen, S-Pen

BTW - what I really don’t get - why no Surface Neo now that you have the right processor?

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No Panos no Neo?

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https://x.com/_h0x0d_/status/1789265839533039864?s=46

From eBay. Had to wear the seller down for a week. Will move from my SP8, to the 10, on Monday. (It’s also a gold colour. I though that there was only one version).

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https://x.com/zacbowden/status/1790053382792659105?s=46

OpenAI just released a native desktop app of ChatGPT on Mac and none for Windows. Maybe a Copilot Windows native desktop app?

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Even Discourse (and we, because I installed and activated it within hours of release today) have GPT-4o before Windows does…

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Guys, any idea when MS will release the Intel 5G variant?

I would guess the fall or never. :skypespeechless: I would put the odds at 60/40.

So, no new Go. The Go4 is being released as a consumer device. That confirms that I’ll be sticking with the ProX SQ2 for now. Time to upgrade the phone and see what the next generation Surface or other OEMs bring.

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The original date I heard was September 2024 - but that can change. I would just stick with “Fall 2024” until a concrete date comes out.

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Microsoft would be idiots if they were not developing a Go 5.

They severely underestimated the demand for the Go 4, and commercially it’s the hardest device to get with the longest lead time. The Go 4 was the most minimal update they could have done from Go 3, and demand has been nuts for it. If they actually made a decently speced Go 5, with Slim pen 2 Support, 16GB of Ram, slimmer bezels, and something more powerful then the n200…I have little doubt it would be anything but a cash cow.

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Actually, sadly there is a more mundane reason. While they did cut back on production to avoid the whipsaw pre-covid, post covid sales cycle, the actual impediment is dual supply shortages of the Intel processor and the display controller (which is unique to the Go, though for reasons we’ve never gotten a satisfactory answer on)

PS: The intel chip shortage is likely down to Intel prioritizing the new 14th gen Core I and the revised node process over the much older architecture used in the Go

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Are we still talking about Surface Pro 10, here?
Go 4 will not get 5G right, if I recall?

For SP10: September is quite a long wait, is there some sort of chip shortage for the 5G modem?

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Do you need Intel power in your Pro 10? If not, you should have no problem getting a Pro 10 ARM with 5G next month.

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I want Intel yes, wasn’t too happy with SPX, I had to return it…

These new ARM based Pros are a whole new ballgame, and we expect them to significantly outperform the Intel versions in almost every way including better battery life, 5g (rumors of a possible OLED screen option) and possibly even better raw performance

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https://twitter.com/hifihedgehog/status/1791264837286166806

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Shots. Fired.

https://x.com/Microsoft/status/1791613922727911762