Xbox Series... M?

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  1. cheapchips

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    So not Series M then!
     
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    either canned (I should say shelfed rather) or wait another year ;)
     
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    Aside from the impossible Series M, how happened that we were expecting something new?
     
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    No idea why people expected something new. The majority of device types are covered

    Surface Go , Pro , X cover different sized tablets

    Surface laptop go (12.3 inch) Laptop 4 (13.5/15 inch) cover laptops

    Book is the convertible.

    Surface Studio - desktop

    Surface duo - dual screen phone

    Surface Neo - upcoming dual screen tablet



    So what else is left ?

    Perhaps a more traditional desktop ?

    Single screen phone ?

    maybe a gaming laptop ? surface book that doesn't come apart ?

    portable gaming device ? Although I expect this from xbox not surface.
     
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