New Microsoft Surface devices announced
Microsoft went full throttle as it announced four new Surface devices along with the latest Windows 10 October 2018 update and Office 365 features.
Its most popular 2-in-1 device family, the Surface Pro series, gets its 6th iteration. It sports 8th-Gen quad-core processors, full friction hinge for Laptop or Studio mode, 12.3-inch PixelSense Display, and 8MP Auto-Focus camera. The New Surface Pro 6 now comes with a Black-colored variant aside from the usual Platinum one.
Next up is the slim Surface Laptop 2 which has a 13.5-inch PixelSense display with an edge-to-edge display, an 8th-Gen Quad-Core processor, a touchscreen, and an OmniSonic speakers. It has four color variants namely Platinum, Burgundy, Cobalt Blue, and Black.
The Surface Studio 2 is the second iteration of its AiO PC which has a 28-inch PixelSense Display, a 50% increased graphics performance, a USB-C support, an Xbox Wireless built-in gaming performance, a Surface Dial integration, and a Surface Pen with tilt sensibility and 4096 levels of pressure.
Microsoft also introduced its first smart headphones called the Surface Headphones which comes with hands-free calling, adjustable noise cancellation, automatic pause and play, and Cortana.
Here are the prices of each Surface devices:
- Surface Pro 6 – Starting at USD 899
- Surface Laptop 2 – Starting at USD 999
- Surface Studio 2 – Starting at USD 3,499
- Surface Headphones – USD 349
The first three devices are available for pre-orders starting on October 2, 2018, while the Surface Headphones will be available later this year.
Source: Windows Blog