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Microsoft Surface Pro 8 – To Come with 120Hz Display Panel and Thunderbolt Support

With the running speculations of the official launch of the Surface Pro 8 for a few months, the device has been finally leaked and specs suggest the device will be equipped with 120Hz refresh rate and Thunderbolt support.

With Microsoft gearing up for the official release and launch of the Surface Pro 8, a new leak gives the users a detailed insight into what the users can expect from the device in terms of specifications and features.

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The inputs were published by a twitter account by the name of Shadow Leak, which revealed the retail listing of the device. According to the account, the upcoming device is likely going to be launched with a sleek and responsive 13-inch 120Hz display with enhanced screen to body ratio and two individual Thunderbolt ports for enhanced connectivity.

It was just last week that The Verge reported that the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 will be shipped to the consumers with a combination of USB-A ports in favor of the standard combination of USB-C and Thunderbolt.

So, the leaked specifications and further information further solidify the information that has been floating around from various media outlets.

Besides the standard display and connectivity specifications, the leak further highlights that the Surface Pro 8 will likely feature removable SSDs. This is going to come in handy for the business laptops to swap out the storage, in case they need newer expansions.

There is an upcoming event from Microsoft on September 22, 2021 highlighting hardware and possible upcoming releases. The consumers and tech experts across the world are expecting an enthralling lineup of devices, including the Surface Pro 8, Surface Book 4, Surface Phone 5G, Surface Go 3, to name a few.

Whether or not Microsoft will launch every device in the event is still a matter of question and an element of surprise. Keep a watch out on this space for further details about the event and the launches from Microsoft in the days to come.

Source: Twitter @Shadow_Leak via The Verge

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