Digitimes According to the report, the second generation Surface Book will now be launched in the first half of 2017 instead of the second half of 2016. The reason for this delay is believed to be the delay in CPU shipment by Intel. Instead, Microsoft can launch a Surface AIO PC.
Quoting an industry source, the report claimed that, “Surface AIO PC will have a significant impact on the global AIO PC market, which is steadily declining due to the decline in PC products.” As of 2016, this shipment fell to 12.6 million, compared to AIO PC’s 14 million shipments last year.
On Thursday, Microsoft announced the launch of 1TB Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 variants in 10 markets. Customers in Australia, Austria, China, France, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Switzerland and the UK can purchase these devices from Microsoft Stores, retail partners and official resellers. The Surface Book has not yet been launched in the Indian market.
In addition, by Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update on 2nd August on your device platform expected to be released. Those who already have Windows 10 installed will get this update for free, while users using older Windows versions will have to pay around $119 (approximately Rs 8,000) for the upgrade.