Surface Pro 8 discloses with 120Hz display and Thunderbolt support

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Microsoft is planning to launch a new Surface Pro 8 model one week from now, and a hole seems to have uncovered precisely what’s in store. Twitter account Shadow_Leak has distributed a photograph of the Surface Pro 8 from what has all the earmarks of being a retail listing. The record guarantees the Surface Pro 8 will send with another 13-inch 120Hz display with narrow bezels and two Thunderbolt ports.

The Verge announced last week that the Surface Pro 8 would dispatch without USB-A ports, for USB-C and Thunderbolt. Everyone likewise revealed that Microsoft has been trying 120Hz displays for the Surface Pro lineup. The spilled picture and specs line up with what everyone have heard from sources acquainted with Microsoft’s plans.

The break additionally reveals Microsoft is moving to removable SSDs on the Surface Pro 8. That coordinates with the Surface Laptop 4, Surface Pro X, and the business-just Surface Pro 7 or more and will make it simpler for businesses to trade out drives.

Microsoft is holding a Surface hardware event on September 22nd, where everyone are anticipating that the company should report the Surface Pro 8, a Surface Go 3, a recently planned Surface Book 4, a refreshed Surface Pro X, and the successor to the Android-powered Surface Duo. Stay tuned to The Verge for all the Surface news on September 22nd, from 11AM ET/8AM PT onwards.