Surface Laptop is Microsoft's Windows 10 S "Chromebook"

As for the operating system, it seems that Microsoft's Surface Laptop will run on Windows 10 S. This is a cloud-optimized version of the software the majority of us use on a daily basis. Interestingly, though the Surface Laptop looks more like a Surface Book than a Surface Pro, it uses the same Alcantara material used for the Signature Type Covers for the Surface Pro machines, the account tweeted.

Microsoft has a press event scheduled in New York City for tomorrow morning, but it may not be for the kinds of products that fans are fervently anticipating.

Microsoft is said to launch a whole series of such Surface laptops later tonight, and much like Chromebooks, the Surface laptops will also likely carry an affordable price tag. The Microsoft event during which the Surface Laptop should launch will take place in a few hours. Now images of the new Windows 10 OS laptop have been leaked online by @h0x0d.

The image and information comes from who claims these are what we'll see at the reveal event later today.

We won't have to wait long to learn the rest of the information about the device and as we find out the remaining details about the new laptop, we will pass them along to you.

The company's event begins at 6:30 a.m. Just a few hours ago, some pictures of the Surface Laptop leaked online, giving us an early look at the handsome hardware Microsoft has been working on. It's preloaded with a slightly tweaked operating system, which works only with apps from the Windows Store to improve battery life and reduce software headaches. That will be the Surface Laptop, whose name perfectly fits its design. The laptop is rumoured to feature a 13.5-inch Full HD 1080p display and sit at 1.25kg with a 14.47mm thickness. It's not clear what processor and other hardware power the Surface Laptop, but the images show that there will be a regular USB port, mini DisplayPort, and the conventional Surface power connector. Burgundy. Cobalt Blue, and Graphite Gold, colors that are perhaps meant to appeal to college students more than office workers.

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