Microsoft has published a cryptic teaser on its official Twitter account which suggests that the company may be unveiling a new Surface device tomorrow. There have been reports recently that the company has developed a cheaper Surface tablet to take on the likes of the iPad. There’s a possibility that this much-rumored Surface device may be launched tomorrow.

The teaser on Microsoft’s official Twitter account for Surface says “Where will Surface go next?” The image shows off the company’s range of Surface devices which mention Tuesday, July 10th as the date. This suggests that we’re in for a new Surface announcement tomorrow.

Recent reports claim that Microsoft has developed new $400 Surface tablets to compete with the iPad as well as with Chromebooks that dominate the education sector. An unreleased Surface device has already been certified by the FCC so it’s possible that this device may be announced tomorrow.

It’s believed that the cheaper Surface tablets are going to feature 10 inch displays and Intel’s Pentium processors. As for what Microsoft will end up calling them, one report suggests that they may be launched as “Surface Go” tablets.

We’ll likely get the answers to all of the questions that Surface fans have about the rumored product tomorrow.

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