New Leaks announces the latest Surface Pro from Micro .ft

Thanks to the latest leaked benchmarks, we have a better idea of ​​what to expect from Microsoft’s upcoming Surface Pro 8 and Surface Laptop 4 hardware, but we’ll have to wait a long time to see the new machines.


By Windows, the latest details from the GeekBench 5 database:

The benchmark for the device codenamed “OEMWY” indicates that MicroSt’s Surface Pro 8 or Surface Laptop 4 (Business Edition) could use Intel’s 11th pay generation Tiger Lake CPU (i7-1185G7).

“Surface laptop with AMD Renoir. The second benchmark is for a surface product with the codename” OEMGR OEMGR product name DV “. The “AMD Renoir” connection can be extracted by a codename published in the benchmark.

It’s always worth noting that benchmarking numbers don’t tell the whole story (but when you consider how far ahead the M1 benchmark of the moment is, the broad direction is still a solid indicator in rough packing order).

What the benchmark shows is that the front micros .ft surface devices are approaching the point where the team will be comfortable showing them in public. Clearly labeled benchmarking tests take place near the end of the development period.

In terms of actual hardware, I expect to tumble the Surface Pro 8 chipset to Intel’s Tiger Lake 11-Pay generation core processors, which comes with the added bonus of Intel’s Xe GPU, which will help shape the Surface Pro Pro as a machine. Suitable for media creation while running.

The one that is not likely to be resized is the body design. Curved lines and thin construction of the Surface Pro X are possible due to the low thermal requirements of the ARM processor; The Pro 8’s Intel chip will need more cooling, air vents and a fan to perform the expected top line. It will therefore be expected to maintain the BXI design.

Similar design issues will probably shape the L surface laptop Even. However, despite its focus on the AMD chip over Intel, it is still an x86-64 processor, which still requires a lot of thermal capacity.


Given the global economic situation, many believe that the actual launch of new Surface Machines will be delayed in the second half of 2021 by MicroSFT.

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