While many of those devices in question are PCs made by third-party vendors, a score of them are made by Microsoft itself.
The American tech giant’s Surface lineup of devices comes in many forms – these range from hybrid machines to traditional laptops.
Microsoft typically updates its Surface series yearly – in 2018 the firm held an event on October 2 where it unveiled the Surface Laptop 2, Surface Pro 6 and Surface Studio 2.
And it seems Microsoft could reveal new Surface hardware on the same date this year – the firm recently announced an exhibition taking place on October 2 in New York City.
An image promoting the event confirmed the date but did not tease any further details about what could be discussed during proceedings.
The Verge has speculated Microsoft could unveil its much rumoured Surface with a dual-screen design at the showcase.
The outlet, citing sources familiar with the matter, said the Redmond-based firm is hoping to release the new hardware next year.
A dual-screen surface could be positioned as a more capable hybrid between a traditional laptop and tablet.
Microsoft is understood to have been working on such a product for over two years.
It is also possible Microsoft will update its Surface Laptop, Pro and Go Machines at the showcase.
The Surface Go was unveiled over a year ago – suggesting it could be due for either a specification bump or a more radical redesign.
As was the case last year when the firm announced new headphones, it is also possible Microsoft could include a number of other surprises in its Surface event this time round.
Express.co.uk will be covering Microsoft’s forthcoming event live.