Microsoft Unveils Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, and Surface Studio 2 Launch

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Surface Pro 6 

Next up is the Surface Pro 6, which bears close resemblance to its predecessor from last year. However, it boasts a few internal upgrades and sports a sleek black matte finish. Equipped with Intel’s 8th generation processor, 8GB RAM, a core i5 processor, and 128GB NVMe storage, the all-new Surface Pro 6 offers exceptional longevity compared to other devices. The starting price for this model is $899. For those seeking a more advanced version featuring 16GB RAM, a Core i7 processor, and 1TB NVMe storage, the price goes up to $2299.

Surface Laptop 2

The new Surface Laptop 2 features the latest Intel 8th generation processor, making it a remarkable 85% faster than its predecessors. With a display boasting a contrast ratio of about 1500:1, the Surface Laptop 2 is available in an elegant matte black color. The keyboard has also been redesigned to provide a quieter typing experience compared to the previous Surface Laptop model. The starting price for the configuration with 8GB RAM, an 8th generation i5 processor, and 128GB NVMe storage is $999. However, for the more advanced version with 16GB RAM, an 8th generation i7 processor, and 1TB storage, the price increases significantly to $2699.

Surface Studio 2

Dubbed the “fastest Surface ever” by Microsoft, this new device is a powerhouse for creative minds, serving as an all-in-one powered solution. All Surface Studio 2 variants are equipped with a 7th generation Intel Core i7-7820HQ chip. The device comes in two configurations: one with 16GB and another with 32GB DDR4 RAM, both featuring an Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU. Microsoft has custom-tailored the 28-inch PixelSense display to create deeper blacks on the screen, enhancing the visual experience.