Surface Pro 6 is the latest version of the popular 2:1 device, and it’s 67% faster than the previous model, with more than 13 hours of battery life; it’s powered by an 8th generation Intel Quad Core, like the Laptop 2, the second iteration of Microsoft’s first notebook computer, that sports an edge-to-edge display and upholds the Alcantara keyboard of the original model. Studio 2 is Redmond’s latest desktop computer and the most powerful Surface that’s around, with an extra large screen (28”), fast performance and an experience that’s enhanced by Windows 10 Pro edition. This is the new lineup of Surface devices that Microsoft launched in October 2018, alongside the wireless Surface Headphones with touch controls and fast access to Cortana. They all are coming to new markets now. In this way, Microsoft looks up to consolidate the success of Surface.
Surface revenue has jumped by 39% this year, with sales pushed up mostly by the new Surface Go and Surface Book 2, with a revenue of 1.1 billion, that’s almost half of the total Surface business. The hardware department is getting more relevant for Microsoft, that used to be a software company until the launch of Xbox in 2001.
Surface Studio 2: Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Kuwait, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UAE, and UK.
Surface Laptop 2: Bahrain, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Kuwait, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and UAE.
Surface Pro 6: Bahrain, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Kuwait, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, and UAE.
Surface Headphones: Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, and Switzerland.