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Microsoft’s AIO iMac rival to be called Surface Studio?

Anticipation is high for Microsoft’s big Surface event, set to get underway tomorrow, where a number of new devices are expected to be introduced.

And one of them is the long-rumoured Surface-branded all-in-one PC, which is surprsingly yet to leak in any major capacity.

But now, trademark filings spotted in Slovenia have seemingly revealed a possible name for the device: The Surface Studio.

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The news comes via trademark attorney Brian Conroy, who also recently discovered a trademark for Apple’s AirPods, alongside other unreleased Apple products.

‘Studio’ makes a lot of sense, especially considering ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley recently said that Microsoft’s rumoured all-in-one will turn your desk into “a studio.”

Conroy also uncovered trademarks for a Surface Laptop, Paint 3D, Surface Dial, and Dial, hinting at what else we can expect from Microsoft tomorrow.

Earlier this month a full-sized keyboard and mouse took a trip through the FCC in the United States, revealing what could be part of the upcoming desktop offering.

Meanwhile, a new Surface Pro is is expected to debut, along with a 4K display, better battery life and Intel Kaby Lake CPU.

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Microsoft is also holding a special Office event in early November, where a number of new software innovations are expected to be announced.

We’ll have all the latest from Microsoft’s event, which kicks off tomorrow at 10am ET, 3pm BST.

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Let us know what you want to see from the event tomorrow in the comments.

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