What you need to know
- Microsoft's latest Surface Duo ad shows off the unique form factor of the device.
- In the ad, people flip, fold, and pocket the Surface Duo.
- The Surface Duo launches on September 10, starting at $1,400.
Microsoft's Surface Duo launches tomorrow, September 10, 2020. With the long wait almost over, Microsoft decided to share one last ad before the device launches. The ad shows off the unique form factor of the Surface Duo, emphasizing all of the different positions that people can use it in.
In the ad, people flip the Surface Duo around, toss it in the air, and rotate it around in their hands. There's even a magician who makes the Surface Duo disappear at one point and then take the device out of his jacket pocket to answer a call.
The new Surface Duo launches September 10th. Open two screens and open new possibilities. https://t.co/j0k7XHdlJ3 #DoOneBetter pic.twitter.com/0G5tvXiiCpThe new Surface Duo launches September 10th. Open two screens and open new possibilities. https://t.co/j0k7XHdlJ3 #DoOneBetter pic.twitter.com/0G5tvXiiCp— Microsoft Surface (@surface) September 8, 2020September 8, 2020
The Surface Duo is Microsoft's first mobile device to ship in years, and the company seems anxious to show off all of its hard work. We'll cover the Surface Duo's launch this week and make sure to break down everything we learn about the device, so stay tuned throughout the week.
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