Surface devices are headed to 11 new European markets
Microsoft's Surface lineup is going even more global.
What you need to know
- Surface is expanding to 11 more European markets.
- Included are Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia.
- Microsoft announced the expansion alongside the new Surface Laptop Go and refreshed Surface Pro X today.
Microsoft is bringing Surface to a whole lot of new markets in Europe. Alongside the launch of the new Surface Laptop Go and updated Surface Pro X today, the company announced Surface will launch in 11 new European markets.
Here's a look at Surface's markets, with today's 11 additions tagged as new:
- United States
- New Zealand
- Bulgaria (new)
- Croatia (new)
- Czech Republic (new)
- Estonia (new)
- Greece (new)
- Hungary (new)
- Latvia (new)
- Lithuania (new)
- Romania (new)
- Slovakia (new)
- Slovenia (new)
Microsoft has been gradually expanding Surface's footprint around the globe in recent years. In early 2019, Microsoft' launched its then-current Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Pro 6 in 20 new markets. The Surface Earbuds and Surface Go 2 launched in 24 and 20 markets, respectively, earlier in 2020.
As for its latest devices, the new Surface Laptop Go and Surface Pro X are available for preorder today and will launch in "select markets" on October 13.
Looking for something with the same design as the Surface Laptop but easier on the wallet? Look no further with the Surface Laptop Go.
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