Just over 10 months ago, Microsoft launched the Surface Pro 3 in New York City. While the first two generations of Surface tablets were undeniably clunky, the SP3’s clean lines and bright, forceful design have carved out a niche in the 2-in-1 market that no other manufacturer has matched.

Yearly version updates are inevitable, but I suspect that Microsoft doesn’t plan to overhaul the Surface Pro 3 radically. In fact, here’s what I think Microsoft may do: release an “updated” SP3 with an ultra-low-power processor in the near future, then reveal a significantly redesigned Surface Pro 4 in the fall to coincide with the launch of Windows 10.

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