Microsoft’s Surface Slim Pen 2 resembles a carpenter’s pencil and it works even better when paired to Surface Pro 8.
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Surface Pro 8 is exactly what fans wanted, with a larger display, Thunderbolt 4 compatibility, and superior smartpen capabilities.
After years of glacial release cycles and a weird aversion to superior technology, Microsoft has finally taken a major step forward with Surface.
Today, Microsoft announced major updates to Surface Book, Pro, Pro X, Go, and Duo, plus several new Surface-branded peripherals.
Surface Laptop Studio replaces Surface Book and provides a 14.4-inch Flow touch display and Intel Core H-series processors.
Surface Duo 2 delivers two larger displays, a three-lens camera system, a faster processor, and 5G capabilities.
Surface Pro X is unchanged from last year, but now Microsoft is offering a new Wi-Fi-only model at a more affordable $899 starting price.
Surface Go 3 offers faster Intel Pentium and Core i3 processors, optional LTE Advanced connectivity, and all-day battery.
Surface Pro 8 provides a bigger 120 Hz refresh rate display, two Thunderbolt 2 ports, and optional Surface Pen Slim 2.
In addition to the new PCs and devices, Microsoft also announced new Surface- and Microsoft-branded hardware peripherals today.
I’ll be covering Microsoft’s Fall 2021 News Briefing today with Leo Laporte on TWiT. Here’s how you can tune in and see the future of Surface.
Surface Pro 8 is getting a larger display with a high refresh rate and smaller bezels, plus dual Thunderbolt ports, according to a new leak.
In February, Microsoft introduced spare SSDs for Surface Pro 7+ PCs. Now, the firm is offering even more spare parts.
Microsoft alerted influencers that it will hold its next Surface event, virtually, on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.
With his promotion to Windows lead, it was perhaps inevitable that Surface veteran Panos Panay has moved into the Microsoft Senior Leadership Team.
Surface Duo and other dual-screen devices can now access Xbox Cloud Gaming touch controls on one screen and the game on the other.
Microsoft announced today that its new low-cost smartpen, the Classroom Pen 2, is launching next week, on April 27.
Watching Microsoft slowly evolve its Surface lineup is like watching paint dry. And after all these years, I gotta be honest. I’m ready to give up.
Microsoft will reportedly announce Surface Laptop 4 on April 27, and the PC’s (European) prices and specifications have leaked.
All signs are pointing to a virtual Surface event sometime soon, and now Microsoft’s support website notes the existence of Surface Laptop 4.
The Microsoft Store’s annual Spring Sale starts today, offering deals and discounts on Surface PCs, gaming PCs, Xbox accessories, and more.
Microsoft announced today that it will sell replacement SSDs to commercial customers who purchased a Surface Pro 7+.
Microsoft reduced the price of the Surface Duo from $1399.99 to $999.99 this past week, and it will start selling the device in the UK on February 18.
With PC demand at a years-long high, Surface barely moved in the needle in the most recent quarter, and Windows saw mixed results.
Microsoft not so subtly mocks the new M1-based MacBook pro in a video ad that designed to look like it was made by a typical YouTube vlogger.
Surface Pro 8 is not a thing: Microsoft today announced Surface Pro 7+, a small revision to its predecessor that’s aimed solely at commercial customers.
A new report claims that Microsoft is now designing ARM chipsets in-house that will land in Surface PCs and its cloud-based servers.