This week, Microsoft announced their 2018 Surface lineup at their October event, along with their semi-annual feature update to Windows 10. Afterwards, we had a chance to look and play around with the announced Surface devices: the Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Studio 2, and Surface Headphones. In terms of physical design, the three main Surface devices are virtually unchanged from their previous generation counterparts. The Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 now come with a matte black option, but otherwise both still lack a USB-C port like their predecessors. This is somewhat unsurprising as these are more iterative refreshes with drop-in processor/platform upgrades, but at the same time USB Type-C adoption is only growing, especially in mobile devices. Meanwhile, it would seem...
Microsoft Refreshes Surface Lineup
In addition to the Windows 10 October 2018 update being launched, Microsoft also refreshed the majority of its Surface lineup today. This was very much an evolutionary update, and...32 by Brett Howse on 10/2/2018
The Microsoft Surface Studio Review
Microsoft has only been in the PC system game for a few years now, but over the last couple of years they have made a lot of progress rather...197 by Brett Howse on 1/20/2017
Microsoft Announces the Surface Studio: 28-inch AIO with Touch, Pen, 4500x3000, Skylake, GTX 980M
As part of the now annual Microsoft Surface event, Panos Panay announced the next member of the Surface family, the Surface Studio. The Studio is ultimately a prosumer all-in-one...82 by Ian Cutress on 10/26/2016