Surface Duo dbrand skins available for preorder
Skins for the Surface Duo are ready to launch alongside the dual-screen device.
What you need to know
- Preorders for dbrand skins for the Surface Duo are now live.
- You can customize the back and logo of the device with a variety of skins.
- Body skins cost $20 while logo skins start at $2.
Microsoft's Surface Duo will already turn heads thanks to its two screens, unique form factor, and the fact that it's incredibly thin, but you can enhance its look even further with dbrand skins. Preorders for dbrand skins (opens in new tab) for the Surface Duo are now live. You can customize the look of your Surface Duo's front and back or logo with skins from dbrand. You can also grab a multicolor Microsoft logo to don on the back of the device.
The front/back skins for the Surface Duo cover the exterior of the device. You can choose from a wide range of looks, including stone, marble, matte black, and wood. There are also patterned skins, such as "Matrix," "Dragon," and "Swarm."
The front/back skins cost $19.95 while the logo skins cost $1.95. The multicolor Microsoft logo is a bit more at $2.95.
Preordered skins start shipping in September, which lines up with the Surface Duo's release date of September 10.
Wrap it up!
Make it your own
You can customize the look of your Surface Duo with these skins. You can cover the body of the device or just grab a skin for the Microsoft logo.
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"Thanks for getting back to us, and apologies for the misunderstanding. While the materials themselves have not been removed, we've opted for a more curated release of materials for the Surface Duo based on customer demand. At this point in time, we don't have any plans to expand the materials available for the Surface Duo. We do apologize for the inconvenience and we appreciate your support!" Seems weird to remove materials based on the demand of a product that isn't even available, yet.