Microsoft’s special September 21 event in NYC is less than a week away, and like at its previous fall launch events, we are expecting the company to release new Surface products and a whole lot of AI updates.
This year, expect much of the same from the AI leader, with several new Surface product unveilings, including two-in-one models, laptops, and accessories, alongside a healthy dose of AI-powered features and services. At a minimum, Microsoft will likely make previously announced AI features finally available to use.
How are we so sure? Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate VP & Consumer Chief Marketing Officer at Microsoft, basically confirmed via an X post that more AI innovations will be shared during the September 21 event.
Unlike Apple’s launch event this past week, Microsoft will not be live-streaming its launches for the general public to tune in to. Instead, expect rolling announcements all day (and week) long, with ZDNET among the press who will be in attendance and reporting from the floor.
Until then, here’s a breakdown of all the new hardware and software we’re expecting next week.