According to a leaky timeline of specs, Microsoft might begin developing its first gaming device, including "The Surface Gaming Laptop."
Following the official release of the product, here''s a complete list of specifications you can look out for.
If these lies lies, the Surface Gaming Laptop will come with a PixelSense Flow Display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, a refresh rate of up to 165Hz, a 14.07" x 9.65" x 0.77" and Dolby Vision as well as enhanced gameplay.
The first one will include a Intel Core i7-12700H 14 core, while the second one includes a Core i5-12500H 12 core processor under thehood. Both devices will be compatible with Intel''s latest 12th Gen Alder Lake lineup. Gamers will also have the option of getting the device with a 16 GB or up to 32 GB of LPDDR4x memory. The Core i7 will include an NVIDIA GeForceRTX 3050 Ti 4 GB dG
The Core i7 per the specifications will last the user up to 15 hours of normal use, while the Core i5 model will last up to 16 hours. What''s more, the device is equipped with three Type-C ports with USB 4.0/Thunderbolt 4.0, the usual 3.5mm headphone jack, and a Surface Connect port. Users will also have the option of using a removable SSD up to 2TB.
The device will be available on Windows 11 Home, the Xbox App, and Microsoft 365 Apps, as well as a free month trial for the Microsoft 365 Home and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate trial. Finally, you may get it in either Platinum or Matt Black with a Magnesium or Aluminium casing.
However, it is not yet clear what the cost implications for this unit will be. Perhaps the entry will be launched during Microsoft''s display, which usually takes place until the end of September or October alongside the recently Intel version of the Surface Pro X. This is usually when Microsoft tends to highlight the improvements made to its computer lineup.
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