Microsoft's latest video teases that more Surface devices are around the corner

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Surface Laptop 3 15 (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Microsoft just sent out a teaser video on its Twitter and YouTube accounts.
  • The video shares the story of Surface and teases that there's "more to come."
  • Rumors state that Microsoft could announce the Surface Laptop 4 and other Surface devices soon.

Microsoft usually announces some new Surface hardware for us to get excited about this time each year. It appears that will be the case again in 2021, as Microsoft's Twitter and YouTube account just shared a video teasing Surface devices. The video closes with the text "more to come."

Microsoft hasn't confirmed any upcoming Surface devices, or even when we'll find out more about any additional hardware. Still, rumors and reports shed some light on the Surface lineup's upcoming expansion. It seems likely that Microsoft will announce a Surface Laptop 4 shortly, which could be one of the best Windows laptops.

Rumors and leaks suggest that the Surface Laptop 4 will run on AMD's Ryzen 4000-series processors. The CPU specs for the Surface Laptop 4 leaked online last month. As those appeared in a leak, the specs need to be taken with a grain of salt.

In addition to the Surface Laptop 4, we could see Microsoft announce another pair of Surface Headphones. These could be named the Surface Headphones 2+, in a naming move similar to what Microsoft did with the Surface Pro 7 Plus.

We could also see some other new accessories, like a Microsoft Classroom Pen 2 and a new webcam from Microsoft.

We have a roundup of everything we expect to see at Microsoft's spring Surface hardware refresh if you'd like to read more.

With Microsoft teasing "more to come" in a video on its official social media channels, it seems likely that we won't have to wait that long to see what Microsoft has in store.

Sean Endicott
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