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Microsoft Will Likely Introduce Different Product After Delayed Launch Of The Microsoft Surface Pro 5

Apr 18, 2017 05:06 AM EDT

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(Photo : Andrew Burton/Getty Images) Microsoft will delay the launch of Microsoft Surface Pro 5 and perhaps will unveil the Windows 10 Cloud in its Spring Event this May.

Microsoft is getting ready to unveil its new product line on its upcoming Spring Event on May 2 in New York. However, there is information that the event will not launch the much anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro 5. Instead, the company might likely introduce a different product that allegedly will outclass the Google's Chromebook.

Microsoft is a multinational technology company that develops, license and supports computer software and are now venturing on manufacturing high-end products such as personal computers and laptops. And Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is one of the newest devices on their laplets product line.

And now, Microsoft will hold the Spring Event this May that will feature the latest devices that the company will be releasing this year. Consumers are now excited to know what fresh invention they will offer and are expecting that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be one of them. Apparently, expectations will not happen this time.

According to Forbes, with the Pro line product have not gone to significant upgrade since late 2015, Microsoft appears to be delaying the release of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 and have it upgrade with a Kaby Lake processor. This could also be an opportunity for the company to strategize more before launching the Microsoft Surface Pro 5.

But in lieu to the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, Microsoft reportedly is planning to introduce an entirely different product they called Windows 10 Cloud. The new device will run on the new Windows 10 software and might even surpass the Google's Chromebook.

However, BGR reported that Windows 10 Cloud has nothing to do with the cloud rather it is a continuation of the Windows RT. Windows Cloud apparently will run on a cheaper hardware that would support upgrade to the Windows 10 Pro, that could later run on the Microsoft Surface Pro 5.

Windows Cloud is also a simple, manageable and more secure version of the Windows 10 and will run on Unified Windows Platform (UWP) apps from the Windows Store. For now, consumers must wait for other updates regarding the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 that will come anytime soon.

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