Microsoft has just announced new Surface devices and PC accessories to expand their Surface portfolio. The new products are available for pre-order todayat Microsoft Store on microsoft.com and other major retailers like Harvey Norman, Currys, Amazon and more.
Below is a quick breakdown of the key features of each of the newly announced or upgraded products in Microsoft’s Surface line up:
Surface Laptop Studio brings an evolution of Surface Book, a device with three different postures. Users can transition from workstation mode, stage mode, and studio mode. The Surface Laptop Studio starts at €1,729, which is pretty expensive but it does come with built-in storage and charging for Surface Slim Pen 2 under the keyboard.
Surface Pro 8 packs a high-resolution 13-inch display and starts at €1,099. It features an 11th Gen Intel Core processor, new port selection including two Thunderbolt ports, and upgraded cameras and speakers. Its new Type Cover will also pair with the new Surface Slim Pen 2, with built-in storage and wireless charging.
Surface Duo 2 brings new and improved design to the Surface Duo line. It features larger screens, increased durability, a dynamic triple-lens camera, 5G, and a spine that displays notifications when the device is closed. Starting at €1,680, it will come in the colors Obsidian and Glacier. The Surface Duo 2 will be available to purchase on October 21.
Surface Pro 7+, previously a commercial-only offering, is now available in the consumer channel starting at €869.
Surface Go 3 is the most portable Surface touchscreen 2-in-1 and starts at €449. It packs faster Intel Core processors, improved battery life, and built in Microsoft security.
Surface Pro X may already be on the market, but it will now be extended to new audiences with a Wi-Fi-only option at an entry price of €969. It also has more native app support and X64 emulation.
Microsoft also announced several new accessories, including:
Surface Slim Pen 2 has improved haptics and interaction feedback. It can be stored and charged within compatible Surface devices. The Slim Pen 2 is €135.
Surface Adaptive Kit helps users adapt their Surface. While this tool can be used by anyone looking to adapt their Surface, the Surface Adaptive Kit was created to adapt Surface devices to those with low vision, blindness, and/or limited strength. It is €11.
Ocean Plastic Mouse is 20% recycled and features a plastic designed by Microsoft, coming from oceans and beaches. This device comes plastic-free, completely recyclable packaging created from recycled materials and is €27.99.