Microsoft has time and time believed in providing their consumers with the absolute best with the prospects of innovation, enabling users to create, learn and implement their ideas. The reshaped and redesigned computing experience from Microsoft effectively enables new hardware products to help individuals interact more and better.
Surface has been leading this interacting ecosystem, causing a host of innovation with the intersection between software and hardware. Throughout the last decade, Surface has dominated the market and Microsoft’s innovative take too, unlocking new generation of hardware innovation.
With the Windows 11 to be released just round the corner, it isn’t surprising that Microsoft had a few new Surface laptops up their sleeves. Each of these new devices feature innovative functions, including PixelSense display, premium quality mics and cameras along with a powerful silicon.
Some of the new Surface laptops that have been released in the September 22 event include:
- Reimagined Surface Laptop Studio
- Surface Pro 8
- Surface Go 3
- Surface Pro X
- Surface Duo 2
And a host of accessories to further improve the overall performance
Surface Laptop Studio
Microsoft claims that the Surface Laptop Studio is hands down the most powerful Surface laptop they have created till date. Calibrated with Windows 11, the device comes with a host of innovative functions including a redefined silicon, display and everything you’d need to power through.
Some of the standout features in the laptop include:
- Full keyboard enables first-class typing experience with Precision Haptic touchpad
- Equipped with a 14.4” Pixel Sense display that can be pulled forward for an ergonomic work or gaming experience
- Comes with a unique Studio mode to support creatives and content creators to indulge in uninterrupted writing, sketching, etc.
Surface Pro 8
This is the device that possibly every user has been on the lookout for. With the kind of wait that Microsoft has made its consumers do for this device, it isn’t surprising that this iconic and powerful 2-in-1 device is going to generate a lot of buzz in the market.
The device is powered by the latest 11th Gen. Intel core processors and built in the Intel Evo platform for the ultimate user experience. Besides that, the device is integrated with Thunderbolt 4 ports, Windows 11 and up to 16 hours of battery life.
The standout feature in this device has to be the 13” Pixel Sense touchscreen display supported by Dolby Vision and Adaptive Color technology. The laptop is designed for on the go work experience and comes with a 5MP front facing and 10MP rear camera.
Equipped with the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard, the device doesn’t stand out with its ports and storage capacities. Also, the 120Hz refresh rate ensures smooth gliding.
Surface Pro X
It has been a year since Microsoft announced the launch of the LTE-connected Surface Pro X, backed and powered by the Microsoft SQ2 ARM silicon. Besides the versatility functions, the device supports superior connectivity and performance like there’s no tomorrow.
The Windows 11 and 64-bit built-in emulation support gives this device a faster pickup, especially with some of the heavy-duty applications round the corner.
Pair that with the all-day battery life and an affordable price range and you are never going to regret making this purchase.
Surface Go 3
With remote and hybrid work culture taking a front seat, it isn’t surprising that brands are now focusing more on bringing out portable devices that support work on the go.
The Surface Go 3 is designed and developed to meet those requirements, thanks to the 60% enhanced performance with the Intel Core i3 processor and built-in security and heightened accessibility.
Besides the fact that the device stands out with the premium design, it is also integrated with 1080p cameras and starts just at 1.2 pounds. To further support portability, the device comes equipped with a 10.5” touch display, enabling users to work and collaborate from anywhere that you deem suitable.
Surface Duo 2
Although quite a change from the staple Microsoft devices, the Surface Duo 2 wasn’t an innovation anyone was likely looking forward to. From dual-screen productivity to entertainment, the device also supports Microsoft 365 in your pocket.
Not just for entertainment, the device works equally well for work purposes and supports unmatched multitasking capabilities.
The device is powered by the Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile Platform and is further equipped with a compact 8.3” PixelSense Fusion displays.
Pricing and Availability
The Surface Laptop Studio is available for pre-order at a starting price of $1599.99.
The Surface Pro 8 is available for pre-order at a starting price of $1099.99.
The Surface Pro X is available at a starting price of $899.99.
The Surface Go 3 is also available for pre-order from $399.99.
The Surface Duo 2 is available at a starting price of $1499.99.