Microsoft is conducting an event in the next few days where the company is expected to unveil new Surface hardware. Rumors suggest that a Surface-branded all-in-one PC might be unveiled at this event as well. A new report claims that there’s a possibility that Microsoft is going to call its new all-in-one PC Surface Studio. This is the first purported moniker of the all-in-one PC that we’ve heard so far.


Trademark lawyer Brian Conroy believes that he has discovered the potential moniker of Microsoft’s AiO PC. He does have a habit of finding out product monikers from trademark filings, he correctly did the same for Apple’s AirPods and even Warner Brothers’ Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

Conroy has spotted trademark filings from Microsoft for “Surface Dial,” “Dial,” and “Surface Studio.” These trademarks have been applied for by a mysterious Slovenian company that’s represented by a law firm which has previously applied for trademarks on behalf of Microsoft in Slovenia. It wouldn’t make sense for a Slovenian company to spend so much time and money to file for trademarks that already belong to Microsoft because of its Surface lineup.

All of these trademarks were filed under computer software or hardware which is why the possibility exists that Microsoft might really call its AiO PC Surface Studio. The company hasn’t confirmed anything about its hardware plans as yet so we’ll have to wait until October 26 to find out for sure.

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