Daniel Rubino dives into the Surface Duo with Double Tap TV
Daniel and Double Tap TV run through the Surface Duo from start to finish.
What you need to know
- Our executive editor Daniel Rubino joined Double Tap TV to discuss the Surface Duo.
- Rubino discusses the history of the Surface Duo, its launch, and what its future looks like.
- The Surface Duo is currently on sale for $200 off through the Microsoft Store.
Our executive editor Daniel Rubino recently jumped onto Double Tap TV to discuss the Surface Duo. The video serves as a great refresher for the Surface Duo, running through its form factor, history, and how it will evolve in the future.
The entire video is worth watching, but if you want to jump straight to Rubino chatting about the Duo, he begins at the 7:43 mark of the video. Rubino discusses the history of the Surface Duo dating back to Project Andromeda, the launch event for the Surface Duo, and how the Surface Duo compares to other devices.
Even though the Surface Duo only launched a few weeks ago, it's already on sale for $200 off. Note that the discount in the Microsoft Store only appears when you configure the device and go to checkout. That sale reportedly ends on October 29, 2020, so you'll have to grab it quickly or hope that it goes on sale for Black Friday.
If you'd like to hear more about what Rubino thinks about Microsoft's folding device, make sure to check out his Surface Duo review.
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