Microsoft has unveiled a new lineup of Surface-branded products. The Redmond-based tech giant unveiled the Surface Book 3, Surface Earbuds, Surface Go 2, and the Surface Headphones 2. All these products are up for pre-order in the US right now and will go on sale in the next few weeks.
Microsoft has launched an update for the Surface Pro. The latest Surface Pro marks a departure from the signature Surface Pro design philosophy. The Surface Pro X looks sleek and is being offered with the latest hardware.
Microsoft has announced Surface Earbuds and with this has joined the bandwagon of other companies making wireless earbuds. Only recently Amazon announced their foray into earbuds space with its Alexa branded earbuds. Microsoft calls its earbuds, “Surface Earbuds.”
Microsoft is out with a new ad where ‘Mac Book’ explains why the Surface Book 2 is a better buy than a MacBook.
Google might be done making tablets but it looks like Microsoft is not going to give up on tablets anytime soon. The company has been reportedly working on a dual-screen foldable Surface tablet for at least a few months now.
Microsoft on Tuesday officially unveiled new devices under its Surface brand, while at the same time welcoming back a returning color option for the whole lot.
The Surface lineup has been a relatively successful venture for Microsoft up to this point (with a few rough patches), and it sounds like the company is gearing up to introduce another device into the lineup.
Just before the end of June, a new report aimed to shed some light on a dual-screen device coming from Microsoft, codenamed “Andromeda”, that the company has been working on for at least two years.
Microsoft is no stranger to working on devices that have a dual-screen design, but it looks like we may actually be getting closer to a real product launching into the market.
Google and Apple are dominating the low-cost tablet market with their Chromebooks and iPads, and now Microsoft is trying to get a pie of the market as well. The company is reportedly planning to release a lineup of Surface tablets aimed at the lower end of the market to take on Apple’s $329 iPad and cheap Chromebooks from Google.