Black is beautiful for Microsoft! Come October, the Redmond-based company will introduce the next-generation Surface Laptop in black at an event in New York city.
Windows United, a German site, initially reported that Microsoft would come out with a new black variant for its Surface hardware.
Thurrott has now confirmed the report, stating: “A black Surface Laptop is on the agenda and the updated Pro will also be offered in black as well.”
For the uninitiated, Microsoft had originally launched the Surface RT and the first two generations of the Surface Pro series in black only. The company later decided to switch to silver for its tablet lineup.
The Surface Laptop was initially offered in silver with the later color additions, including burgundy, platinum, cobalt blue, and graphite gold, to lure students and home users.
Contrary to earlier reports that the Surface Pro may undergo a larger redesign, it now seems that users may not get to see a new Surface Pro design 2019.
If the reports are anything to go by, these new devices will likely include latest processors from Intel. The refreshes may also ship with the USB-C port.
Microsoft is also likely to announce the availability of the Surface Go with LTE.
Stay tuned for the latest on Surface, Windows, and more…