Microsoft unveils new Surface lineup

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Microsoft announced today their broadest Surface lineup ever – with five new products coming this holiday and two new dual-screen devices, Surface Neo and Surface Duo, coming in Holiday 2020.

Microsoft launched the new Surface Laptop 3, Surface Pro 7 and Surface Pro X, all available for pre-order today in select markets. Surface Laptop 3 delivers style and speed, now with a choice of a 13.5” or 15” display and new colours and finishes. Surface Pro remains the most versatile 2:1 device you can buy – whether you choose the new and improved Surface Pro 7 or the always-connected Surface Pro X.

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.

Updated with the 10th Generation Intel Core processor, Surface Laptop 3 13.5” comes in new eye-catching colours, including Sandstone and Cobalt. Choose the warmth of the tone-on-tone Alcantara or the sleek, new machined aluminum all-metal finish.

The company also introduced Surface Laptop 3 15”, adding a larger screen and integrated graphics performance with the new AMD Ryzen Surface Edition processor.

Surface Laptop 3 offers a more comfortable typing experience with a full 1.33mm key travel, now with a 20% larger glass trackpad, both USB-A and USB-C and Fast Charging, taking your Surface device to an 80% charge in about an hour.

Improved front-facing cameras, OmniSonic speakers and dual far-field Studio Mics deliver crystal clear sound and audio whether you’re on a conference call, listening to music or watching a movie. Surface Laptop 3 13” starts at £999 and Surface Laptop 15” starts at £1199.

Surface Pro 7

Surface Pro remains the most versatile 2:1 device you can buy – whether you choose Surface Pro 7 or the brand new ultra-mobile Surface Pro X. Redesigned from the inside out, Surface Pro 7 is now twice as fast with a 10th Generation Intel Core processor, both USB-A and USB-C and an all-day battery.4

While Surface Pro 7 keeps the iconic design customers love and businesses rely on.

Surface Pro 7 starts at £749.

Surface Pro X

At 5.33mm and 1.68 pounds, 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.

With 33% thinner bezels, there is the feel of a vibrant 13” edge-to-edge touch screen in the chassis of a 12” device.

The new Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard includes pen docking for secure storage and charging for the new Slim Pen, so it’s always ready when you need it.

Surface Pro X starts at £999.