Three of Microsoft’s upcoming products have been leaked ahead of its upcoming hardware event this month.

Known tipster Evan Blass, in a series of tweets, revealed images of what he claims to be the new Surface Pro 7, a 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 and an ARM-powered Surface device. The Verge noted that Blass has had a track record of accurate leaks over the years, many of them being leaked images of devices set for release after some time.

The images reveal some interesting details about the aforementioned devices. The Surface Pro 7, which is rumored to come in multiple specs configurations, looks similar to the Surface Pro 6. The newer device looks like it has the same screen and bezel sizes, has the same kickstand, and the same ports over on the right hand side of the device.

Blass didn’t give any specific details about the Surface Pro 7 aside from the images. A previous report said the Surface Pro 7 will come in five configurations, starting with an entry-level model powered by a Core i3 processor, followed by two models powered by a Core i5 processor, and another two powered by a Core i7 processor. Memory and storage allocations differ with each tier.

The images reveal the Surface Laptop 3’s appearance. This device, previously reported to have a 15-inch display, doesn’t look like it has the luxurious Alcantara material covering the keyboard. The images also show that there’s only one opening on the right side, just like how it is with the Surface Laptop 2.

Again, Blass didn’t say anything about the new laptop’s possible specs. Earlier reports suggested that an AMD-powered Surface Laptop might be coming, but until Microsoft unveils the device, it’s best to take rumors with a grain of salt. Surface Laptop Microsoft's Surface Laptop 3 15 is a great choice for those who simply want laptop with a bigger display. Photo: Microsoft

Lastly, the leaker shared images of an ARM-powered Surface 2-in-1 device. This tablet has a keyboard that lays flat on the table (or the floor, wherever it’s placed), a kickstand (like the one on the Surface Pro 7), support for the Surface Pen, and two USB-C slots on the left-hand side.

Blass didn’t share any details regarding the Surface 2-in-1, but did imply that there’s another device coming: a dual-screen Surface device. This might be what earlier reports refer to as the one codenamed Centaurus.