A few hours ago we reviewed what might be a specification like the upcoming Surface Book 3. Over two years since the last update, Microsoft has seen it it's time to bring it up to date by offering more current hardware to compete with products that have a similar position in the market.
The launch is expected soon, possibly coinciding with the arrival of the Surface Go 2 or from the Surface Earbud. The truth is that many of us hope that May is a busy month for Microsoft and not just because of the arrival Windows 10 2004. The new Surface Book 3 can be very close, so much so will pass FCC approval.
The FCC, or in Spanish, the Federal Communications Commission, is a competent body that sets rules and regulations relating to various types of electronic equipment. Technical barriers seem to have overcome Surface Book 3.
Since Windows Recent access to FCC documents confirming that the new Microsoft device has passed control of the body, documents that do not even show official nomenclature (Surface Book 3 it is not written anywhere) do indeed indicate "Microsoft Corporation Mobile Computing Software".
Therefore, and after taking the same steps, Surface Go 2 and Ear Surface, now it's Surface Book 3's turn that he would see the launch closer.
The rest, highlight what we saw a few hours ago at review of possible Surface Book 3 specifications, models that will be available in two models with 13- and 15-inch screens, with Intel Core i5-10210U and Intel Core i7-10510U processors, up to 32GB RAM memory, GPU including Nvidia Quadro and even 2 TB capacity on top of range models .