Microsoft's upcoming new Surface device, being dubbed the "Surface Laptop" has leaked online just a day before its official unveiling. Information, along with the device itself has leaked revealing screen size, Windows 10 edition and more.
The Surface Laptop is a 13.5-inch clamshell device. It doesn't detach, as it's designed like your traditional laptop. It's rocking a PixelSense display, and comes bundled with Windows 10 S, Microsoft's upcoming edition of Windows 10 that's locked to the Windows Store. The Surface Laptop will be available in four colors, including Platinum, Burgundy, Cobalt Blue, and Graphite Gold.
Judging by the leaked renders, it appears the Surface Laptop is rocking just three or possibly four ports. One USB port, one DisplayPort and a headphone jack. It may also include an SD card slot. It's also rocking Microsoft's own proprietary charging port, that appears to be unchanged from the one found on the likes of the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book.
Although the Surface Laptop comes preloaded with Windows 10 S, we expect users will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro if they so wish, unlocking the ability to install desktop programs from outside the Windows Store.
Microsoft is expected to officially unveil this device tomorrow at it's education event. It's interesting to see Microsoft tackle the more traditional laptop style class of devices, especially considering Surface has always been a device category to reinvent or innovate on already existing device form-factors. Stay tuned to Windows Central for more on the new Surface Laptop.