We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Surface Laptop 4 is officially here and available in Intel and AMD-based variants. Daniel and Zac have the details along with Microsoft Edge Canary for Android, a new Windows Insider build, and more.
Microsoft announced this week that it was expanding Surface Duo availability to nine new commercial markets. While Surface Duo is undoubtedly a work in progress, this is not a sign of a disaster. It's also doesn't mean that Surface Duo is selling a ton either. Instead, the reason for the expansion is a lot more straightforward.
The latest Surface Laptop from Microsoft is here! Dubbed the 'Surface Laptop 4', this latest generation features new Intel 11th-generation and AMD Ryzen 4000 series processors, up to 32GB RAM, and upgradable SSD storage. Unfortunately, the design remains the same as the previous generation, but Microsoft has made some minor improvements here and there. Here's everything you need to know...
A new video by Microsoft Mechanics takes a deeper look at the Surface Laptop 4. The video looks at how Microsoft improved the battery life of the device, what's new compared to its predecessor, and much more.
Microsoft has announced a handful of new devices and accessories today, one of which is an updated pair of Surface Headphones, dubbed the Surface Headphones 2+. Just like the Surface Pro 7+ anounced back in January, the Surface Headphones 2+ are a product built for Microsoft's commercial customers only.
Microsoft is today announcing that Surface Duo is expanding to 9 new European markets for business customers. Businesses in these markets will be able to order the Surface Duo for Business, with all the usual business-SKU additions.
Surface Laptop 4 is now official and on sale, beginning today starting at $999. New this year are many more options for AMD or Intel processors for both 13.5 and 15-inch models and many more minor changes. Here is what you need to know and when they start shipping.
Microsoft shared a video on its Twitter and YouTube accounts about the history of the Surface lineup. The video closes by saying that there's "more to come," likely teasing an upcoming Surface announcement.
The latest firmware update for the Surface Pro 7 includes a long list of updates. The update improves the camera experience of both the front and rear camera as well as the power consumption of the cameras.