Microsoft Announces New Devices at Surface Event


Recently Microsoft has announced new Surface devices that are available for pre-order now. They will begin rolling out in the upcoming weeks. Microsoft held an event in the New York City and announced the new Surface devices. Along with that, the company also announced some brand new noise canceling Surface headsets, Surface All Access programs, the release of Windows 10, 1809 and much more.

Surface Pro 6

Microsoft presented a Surface Pro 6 that is a refresh of its trademark Surface device. It will be available both in black and white colors. Microsoft states that the device will be 67% faster as it is equipped with Intel’s 8th generation quad core processor. It can be pre-ordered.  The shipping will start in a few days.

Surface Laptop 2

Microsoft states Surface Laptop 2 shall be approximately 85% faster as compared to the first because of the new 8th generation  Intel processor. It will be equipped with an improvised keyboard, with 1500:1 contrast display. The Surface Laptop 2 can be pre-ordered. It is starting at $999 and will get released on October 16.

Surface Studio

The Surface studio is getting an update, which is great for the heavy spenders such as digital artists. It has the same design as the first Surface. The Surface Studio can be pre-ordered now and will get launched on November 15th.

Surface Headphones

This was probably the best declaration made in the event. Surface Headphones look to be Anti AirPods and are a pair of noise-canceling cans that are wireless. They connect to devices via the Bluetooth. They are also integrated with Cortana. They will be available at $350, and no official release date has been announced yet.

In addition to devices, Microsoft also has stated the release of the new Surface All Access program that starts at $25 for a month. Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809 is available for the seekers.

Jeniffer Leio is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Jeniffer Leio written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.