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Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Everything Microsoft Announced at Today’s Surface Event

Microsoft Surface Lineup

Microsoft has unveiled its hardware lineup for the holiday seasons of 2019 and 2020, including new Surface Laptop and Surface Pro models, wireless earbuds, and two hinged dual-screen devices—one running Windows 10 X and another with Android.

It’s been nine years since Microsoft’s first Surface prototype and seven years since the original device launched with three ambitions: putting people at the center of every device experience, innovating across form and function with a focus on enabling creation and productivity, and building experiences that span all the devices in people’s lives and not just one device. The hardware announced today continues that ambition.

Surface Laptop 3

First up, the company revealed new 13” and 15” models of the Surface Laptop, with the latter coming in both Intel and AMD variants.

Key specifications include a trackpad that is 20% larger, 1.3mm key travel with a 19mm pitch between keys, USB-A and USB-C connectivity, a studio mic optimized for your voice so it captures what you’re saying and not all the background noise, instant-on capabilities, and fast charging tech that can boost your battery to 80% in less than an hour.

Microsoft emphasized the hardware’s machined aluminum finish and that there’s no rubber bumper wrapping around the edges of the screen which contributes to its ultra-clean aesthetics. The 13.5” and 15” PixelSense displays have touch support and great pixel density for sharp-looking graphics.

Surface Laptop 3

In the case of the AMD-based model, the system is powered by a Ryzen 7 chip with best in class Radeon RX Vega 11 graphics. Microsoft said it co-engineered this Surface edition processor and it’s claimed to be the most powerful processor available in any competing laptop.

The Intel version is equipped with a quad-core 10th-gen Ice Lake chip (10nm fabrication) that is said to be three times more powerful than a MacBook Air.

Both feature a modular design that makes it easy to get inside for repairs. The top of the laptop’s deck can be removed—keyboard, touchpad, and all—to expose the innards. Also of note, the systems feature a removable hard drive.

Pre-orders are available now with the 13.5” Surface Laptop 3 going for $999 and the 15” fetching $1,199. Units ship October 22.

Surface Pro 7

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