Surface Laptop Studio and Pro 8 skins now available from SopiGuard
SopiGuard has Surface skins galore to add some personality to your PC.
What you need to know
- SopiGuard now has skins available for the Surface Laptop Studio.
- There are several options for skins, including chrome, carbon fiber, textured, and clear.
- Surface Laptop Studio skins from SopiGuard start at $40.
Surface Laptop Studio and Surface Pro 8 owners can now personalize their PCs with skins from SopiGuard. Several texture options are available, including color shift, carbon fiber, and brushed finish. All of the texture options are available in several colors as well.
Right now, the Surface Laptop Studio has more skin options than the Surface Pro 8. Surface Laptop Studio skins start at $40, and Surface Pro 8 skins start at $20.
Reddit user bwherman shared images of the Surface Laptop Studio with the textured honeycomb skin from SopiGuard. Follow-up photos shared in the comments on Reddit show additional angles. Other textured skins, such as 3M Green Camo, Forged Carbon, Leather White, and Black Wood are also available for the Surface Laptop Studio.
Since the Surface Pro 8 has less surface area to cover, the skins are much more affordable. At this time, some Surface Pro 8 skins from SopiGuard are only available for preorder.
The Surface Pro 8 has fewer textured options. SopiGuard has a photo gallery of all of its different textures and colors on various devices.
If you're an artist or use a stylus on your PC, you can also order a skin for your Surface Slim Pen 2 for $10.
You can personalize your Surface Laptop Studio with a wide range of skins from SopiGuard. There are several texture and color options, including satin, color shift, and carbon fiber.
SopiGuard has a wide selection of skins for the Surface Pro 8, including honeycomb, chrome, and brushed finish.
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I hope someone can design a palm wrest for the typecovers. As much as I love the feeling of alcantara, having oil hands causes the palm areas to eventually stain, even when i wipe it down daily.
Sometimes I wish Microsoft would invest in a tough cover that was more durable at the edges and magnet area.
Doesn't look like they have a plain 'ol wood option for the pen, which is what most carpenter's pencils seem to be.