The Surface Pro 7+ is faster and gets better battery life than the Surface Pro 7, but you can't just pick it up from any store. Here's how to get your hands on the latest Surface device from Microsoft.
Buying a car mount for Surface Duo is a challenge, but ProClips new custom ones offer the most flexibility and options, albeit at a high price. Here is what they can do, why they are so expensive, and where you can get one.
The new Surface Pro 7+ for Business goes on sale this week. Microsoft has now published a new engineering video detailing what's new and how it is now using new display technology to allow for the largest sized battery in a Surface Pro yet.
If you're looking for Surface Pro 8, you'll have to wait a bit longer. Today, Microsoft is introducing Surface Pro 7+ with an option for LTE, removable SSD, and the latest Intel 11th Gen processors. But this Surface is aimed squarely at businesses and schools rather than consumers. Here is what you need to know and when you can get one.
The new Surface Duo Design Kit on Figma helps designers and developers create apps that work well on the Surface Duo. The kit includes patterns, guidelines, and more to help developers create apps for the device.
Microsoft's Surface Pro X has a rear door that lets you quickly access the internal SSD. That means upgrading to a larger (and faster) drive is not only possible but straightforward too. Here's how to do it, including reloading Windows 10 onto your new drive (and why you may want Toshiba's new BG4 variant).
Microsoft's Surface devices line continues to grow, and that line could get even bigger in 2021. Here is what we expect for refreshed Surface devices, ones we'd like to see come to reality, and a few other ideas that could make the Surface lineup even better.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Dan sit down for one more podcast episode in 2021. They begin with an analysis of rumors that Microsoft is creating their own Arm chips for servers and Surface devices. Also on the docket is the near and longer term future of Surface Duo, the greatness of TikTok, and a new beta of the Edge...
If you like everything about Surface Pro X but wish it were more like a laptop, the new Brydge SPX+ Bluetooth keyboard is your answer. Priced at $160, it's not cheap, but it holds up to its promise. Bluetooth 5.0, an innovative design, and the world's-first wireless Microsoft Precision Touchpad all make a difference. Read on for our full review.