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.
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Surface Pro X delivers the most exciting design for the Surface Pro yet. While the ARM processor is faster than expected for many casual users, a Surface Pro 7 will be a smarter buy. But for those who need a light, thin, LTE-enabled productivity laptop, the Surface Pro X offers a unique set of features not found anywhere else. It's not a bad PC; it just needs the right owner.
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