Microsoft is hard at work to produce a ton of new hardware. The Redmond Company showed off its latest hardware lineup on Sep. 22 during an online Microsoft Surface event. Among the new releases are an all-new laptop, three tablets and a new folding phone.
Technowize has listed all of the new products Microsoft showed off at today’s event, all of which become available on Oct. 5 as Win 11 arrives:
- Surface Laptop Studio: New 2-in-1 with flip-down 14-inch display
This is a powerful convertible laptop that turns into a tablet-style device when you need a PC-like surface. It comes with a price tag of $1,599.
The flagship model’s 14.4-inch touchscreen works in three modes. Everything in the laptop is powered by an Intel 11th gen Core processor along with Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics.
- Surface Pro 8: Beefed up specs and 1080p camera
The Surface Pro 8 is a 2-in-1 laptop that replaces the Surface Pro 7. With it comes 11th Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 CPUs, along with a 13-inch touchscreen display and upgraded full HD cameras.
- Surface Duo 2: Dual-screen phone with a ton of upgrades
Looks like Microsoft is keen to fix flaws of its original dual-screen phone with the brand new Surface Duo 2. The latest device comes with a Snapdragon 888 processor and three rear cameras. One can open the phone to find a pair of facing panels that allows you 8.3-inches of workspace.
Surface 2 Duo will cost you $1,400.
- Surface Go 3: Versatile and affordable iPad competitor
Here’s another 2-in-1 from Microsoft. The Surface Go 3 is aimed at students. It’ll cost you $399 and is the most affordable Windows 11 device the Redmond Company announced today.
- Surface Pro X: ARM-powered 2-in-1 now cheaper
The Surface Pro X will have Windows 11 and 64-bit emulation built in. Microsoft is adding a Wi-Fi-only option to this $899 ARM-based tablet.
In addition to all the exciting reveals, Microsoft also showed off the Surface Slim Pen 2. It’s an upgraded digital pen with built-in haptic motor that will work with the 2-in-1s announced today.