We're less than a day out from Microsoft's 2019 Surface event, though that hasn't stopped some last minute leaks.
It looks like we may be blessed with a new Surface Pro 7, a thin 2-in-1 and two Surface Laptop 3s. We're also holding out hope for the dual-screen Surface that has been rumoured for the last few years.
Sadly we can't all be in New York for the reveal, but here's how you can watch from home.
While Microsoft is expected to show off a bunch of new devices at an event tomorrow in New York City, like a lot of other launches this spring, recent leaks may have just given us a ton of insight into what might actually get announced.
The event will kick off at 00:00 (midnight) AEST on Wednesday October 3. That's 11:30pm ACST and 10pm AWST on October 2 - just to make things confusing and fun.
Unlike last year's event, Microsoft is deigning to live stream it over on its website. That tells us some big reveals are likely to be on the horizon.
This week Microsoft announced its latest Surface event. But while an updated laptop is expected every year, there may be a major difference this time around. Two. Screens.