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Microsoft will reportedly release a Surface all-in-one PC this year

Microsoft is reportedly working on an all-in-one device under the Surface brand. The report comes from Digitimes, which states that the company will be announcing the Surface AIO in Q3 2016. According to the report, the device will be an alternative to the company’s Surface Book 2 device. The report also states that Microsoft will be delaying […]
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