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Microsoft launched a bunch of new Surface devices during its event today. They include the Surface Pro 8, a redesigned version of the immensely popular 2-in-1, as well as a third iteration of the more budget-oriented Surface Go 3 and updated version of the ARM-based Surface Pro X. Microsoft also unveiled the sequel to its dual-screen phone, the Surface Duo 2.

Per Microsoft’s official announcement post:

Today, on the threshold of Windows 11, we are revealing the largest update to the Surface portfolio in its history. With PixelSense displays, new pen technology, premium mics and cameras, powerful silicon and versatile form factors, the new Surface devices are designed to take Windows innovation to the next level. Our new lineup includes:

  • A fresh take on our powerhouse laptop with the new Surface Laptop Studio
  • An upgrade to our iconic 2-in-1 family with a redesigned Surface Pro 8, new Surface Go 3 and updates to Surface Pro X
  • A step forward for dual-screen mobile productivity with Surface Duo 2
  • Surface Slim Pen 2, taking digital inking to the next level with haptic feedback
  • A set of new accessories that represent an expanded view of product-making and bring issues of sustainability and inclusivity into focus.

Surface Laptop Studio (Starts at $1,599.99)

Designed in concert with Windows 11, Surface Laptop Studio is the most powerful Surface we’ve ever built. It is the culmination of years of Surface innovation – on hinges, display, silicon and more – and brings the best of the Surface heritage together in one powerhouse device. […] With 11th Gen Intel Core H35 processors and NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ GPUs, Laptop Studio has the power to get any job done with ease.

Surface Pro 8 (Starts at $1,099.99)

This update to our iconic 2-in-1 represents the most significant leap forward since Pro 3. Surface Pro 8 is more than twice as fast as Pro 7, with 11th Gen Intel Core processors, two Thunderbolt 4 ports and built on the Intel Evo platform. All of these performance gains, Windows 11 and up to 16 hours of battery life make Surface Pro 8 the most powerful 2-in-1 on the market.

Surface Pro X (Starts at $899.99)

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A year ago, we announced the thin, light, and LTE-connected Surface Pro X, running on our Microsoft SQ2 ARM silicon. This product merged the versatility features of Surface Pro with new levels of power efficiency and connectivity. Now with Windows 11 and 64-bit emulation built in, more applications than ever before are at your fingertips. Apps like Microsoft Teams and Office are optimized for ARM, as are other apps like Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Our new Wi-Fi-only model means we’re bringing the thin, sleek design with all-day battery life to its most affordable entry price point yet, providing versatility and optionality to even more customers.

Surface Go 3 (Starts at $399.99)

The most portable Surface 2-in-1 is perfect for your everyday tasks, homework and play. Designed to light up the best of Windows 11, Surface Go 3 is 60% faster with an Intel Core i3 processor. This product brings optional LTE Advanced, all-day battery, built-in Microsoft security, and is optimized for tablet-to-laptop versatility with digital Pen and touch.

Surface Duo 2 (Starts at $1,499.99)

Designed to showcase the power of Microsoft 365 in your pocket, Surface Duo brings dual-screen productivity and entertainment with you wherever you go. […] Featuring larger, 8.3″ PixelSense Fusion displays, the Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile Platform, a dynamic triple-lens camera, stereo audio, NFC for contactless payments and an array of new accessories that add special features and extra protection, Duo 2 represents a major upgrade.

Source: Microsoft

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  1. I’m a big Macbook user, but now that M1 and WIn11 have all but killed Windows virtualization, I am looking hard at getting one of these to have in my bag for when I need a PC.

    Not totally sold yet, but it’s damn tempting.

  2. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 41678, member: 215″]
    And no AMD option… I guess the new stacking thing AMD is doing doesn’t work well for thin laptops?
    That is curious – didn’t MS make a big deal about an AMD surface a bit ago?

  3. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 41683, member: 96″]
    That is curious – didn’t MS make a big deal about an AMD surface a bit ago?
    I recall the same but let me google… Yea it was the surface 4.


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