In less than two weeks, Microsoft will host an event in New York, where it will reveal the Surface All-In-One PC and will give more information about the developments of Xbox and Windows 10. Unfortunately, fans will need to wait for the arrival of the Surface Pro 5 until spring 2017, when the Kaby Lake processors will be ready to be launched and Microsoft will release Redstone 2.

At the Oct. 26 event, Microsoft will focus mostly on Windows 10’s second major update, which is expected to be released next year. Currently, Insiders are testing builds of Redstone 2 and the latest version 14942 brought new minor feature tweaks, such as a new Windows Update icon, adjustments to gesture and click detection on precision touchpads, improvements to Microsoft Edge and navigation in built-in Photos app etc.

Most likely, Microsoft will give more details about the upcoming features that will be added to Windows 10, and will show off its cloud based solutions, but fans are more interested in learning more about the rumored Surface All-In-One desktop PC that will be available in two variants of screen sizes: 21-inch and 24-inch, which will support a Full HD resolution, and which will run on Intel’s Kaby Lake 14-nanometer processors. For the moment, there are no other known details about the hardware specs of the Surface PC, but we will out soon.

On the other hand, if you’re tempted to purchase the Surface Pro 4, then if you head to Microsoft’s online store, you will find the 2-in-1 tablet at these prices:

– $899.00 for the variant with the 6th Gen Intel Core m3 processor, 128GB SSD and 4GB of RAM and for the version with the 6th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 128GB SSD and 4GB of RAM;
– $1,299 for the model with the 6th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM;
– $1,599 costs the variant with the 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM;
– $1,799 is the price of the premium variant with the 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 256GB SSD and 16GB of RAM.

On Amazon, the Surface Pro 4 has received big discounts, and the new prices are:

– 128 GB, 4 GB RAM, Intel Core M: $698.95;
– 128 GB, 4 GB RAM, Intel Core i5: $738.93;
– 256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i5: $1,075;
– 512 GB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i5: $1,763.75;
– 256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i7: $1,386.99;
– 256 GB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i7: $1,534.98;
– 512 GB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i7: $1,824.89;
– 1 TB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i7: $2,173.90.