Tech Spotlight: A Look at Microsoft’s Newest Products
This morning, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Panos Panay and others announced Microsoft’s boldest Surface line-up yet. With five new products coming this holiday and two new dual-screen devices, Surface Neo and Surface Duo, coming in Holiday 2020, there is something for everyone on your gifting list this holiday season!
Surface Laptop 3
The new Surface Laptop 3 balances power and elegance, making it the perfect everyday laptop. Now available in two sizes, Surface Laptop 3 is twice as fast with the same slim design and all-day battery life. The Surface Laptop 3 also comes in new eye-catching colors, including Sandstone and Cobalt, which will surely impress all the aesthetic-minded people on your holiday wishlist.
Surface Pro 7 and Surface Pro X
Redesigned from the inside out, Surface Pro 7 is now twice as fast. While Surface Pro 7 keeps the iconic design people love and businesses rely on, Microsoft wanted to keep pushing the Pro line forward with Surface Pro X. Surface Pro X is the thinnest, lightest, most powerful and most connected Surface Pro ever. The new Microsoft SQ1 processor codesigned with Qualcomm pushes 2 teraflops of graphics processing power, and is the fastest Qualcomm processor ever created for a PC.
Surface Earbuds and Accessories
Featuring an ultra-comfortable and stable fit, Surface Earbuds offer intuitive touch and voice controls for music, calls and more. Experience rich, immersive Omnisonic sound, and instantly play Spotify from your Android phone with a triple tap on either earbud. Screen-free integration with Office 365 lets you access your Outlook calendar and email with your voice, and even get live, on-screen captions and translations in PowerPoint. Best of all, enjoy all-day battery life with the included wireless charging case.
Microsoft also announced a range of accessories that will help customize the way you work – from type covers, pens, and mice designed to work with Surface products to a selection of other accessories to help you be more productive from any PC.
See below for links to resources for more information on the latest surface devices: