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Microsoft Surface Laptop

Microsoft to launch a more affordable Surface Laptop this fall

September 8th, 2020

Microsoft will launch new Surface devices this fall, including a cheaper, more compact, lighter Surface Laptop version. The new laptop features a 12.5-inch display, and it’s expected to cost anywhere between $500 and $600. The device will be the equivalent of the Surface Go for the Surface Laptop line. Microsoft is expected to unveil other …

Microsoft Surface 2019 event

Everything Microsoft revealed at its 2019 Surface event

October 2nd, 2019

Microsoft held its annual Surface event in New York on Wednesday, and in addition to confirming all of the leaks and rumors that had been floating around in recent weeks, the company also surprised us with one major announcement at the end of the show. But before we get there, let’s go through everything Microsoft …

Microsoft Surface event 2019

How to watch the Microsoft Surface event live stream starting at 10AM ET

October 2nd, 2019

Microsoft’s annual product reveal events might not be subject to as much fervent anticipation as Apple’s yearly iPhone unveiling, but this year, Microsoft has a chance to outdo one of its biggest rivals with a revolutionary device that could shape the future of laptops. And that’s just one of the products Microsoft is rumored to …

Dual-Screen Surface

Microsoft’s most daring Surface ever might be unveiled this week

October 1st, 2019

Microsoft has been developing a Windows device featuring two displays for quite some time, with reports saying earlier this summer that the gadget, code-named Centaurus, was shown to Microsoft employees during an all-hands internal meeting. We then learned the dual-screen device might launch in the second half of 2020, complete with support for Android apps …

Windows 10 on ARM

Microsoft might beat Apple to market with an ARM-powered laptop

June 25th, 2019

Apple is expected to replace Intel chips that typically power MacBooks with ARM-based creations of its own, and we keep seeing rumors pointing in that direction. But while Apple hasn’t confirmed that it’s working on A-series processors that could deliver desktop-grade performance, its partner (and rival) Qualcomm has already launched a bunch of ARM processors …