Microsoft showcased a series of new devices during its 2021 Surface Event on September 22.
The company introduced the latest version of its long running Surface line, the Surface Pro 8. The device is a significant upgrade on its predecessors. For instance, it comes with support for Thunderbolt 4, 11th generation Intel processors, and a 13-inch PixelSense display, among others.
It also revealed the Surface Go 3 with faster Intel processors. There is a base model with a Pentium 6500Y CPU and other high-end models with 10th generation Core i3 processors.
Further, Microsoft announced the Surface Laptop Studio: a device that is part laptop, part tablet. The base model comes with Intel 11th generation H35 processors alongside Xe graphics. However, you can upgrade the graphics to Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics.
The company also announced the Surface Duo 2: its dual screen Android device with a triple camera system, among others. It also showcased the Surface Pro X, its latest ARM-based 2-in-1 device with two versions: an LTE model and a WiFi-only model.
Finally, Microsoft revealed its Surface Slim Pen 2, a Microsoft Ocean Mouse, and a Surface Accessibility kit.
All the Surface devices are available for pre-order. The Surface Duo 2 will start selling from October 21, while the other devices will start selling from October 5.