Microsoft’s Surface range already has its keynote ready: the Microsoft Future Decoded to be held in October

Talking about keynotes always makes the word Apple come to mind. In his good time with Steve Jobs on stage and thinking that we could see the “one more thing …” But no, “keynotes” there are more and are not exclusive to Apple, although its name is associated with an irremediable form with that mark.

In this sense from Redmond also have their own keynote, a presentation or rather, an annual event that in each month of October the American company targets its Surface range.

An act in which they usually announce new developments regarding hardware and of which this year we already know its date and location.

A year in which this event responds to the name of Microsoft Future Decoded and that will serve as a background so that high positions of the company such as Panos Panay, one of the heads of the Surface division, offer data of what we can see new under this seal.

The event will take place in London from October 31 to November 1 and we hope that we can see some important news regarding the Surface range. This is speculated with a version of the Surface Pro but now with LTE connectivity.

And in the section of rumors, we talk about news about the arrival of x86 applications to ARM processors (this is expected to be a reality on 17 October with the arrival of Fall Creators Update), always with the support of partners such as ASUS, HP, and Lenovo. We could even see a second version of the Surface Book.

Two days for those who are still almost two months, not knowing that they can have prepared from Microsoft to surprise because this year has put at this point and almost all the cards on the table.

What would you like to see on stage in this keynote that you think is missing in the Surface range?