The big shocker from today's Surface event was the debut of not one, but two dual-screen foldable devices. The Surface Neo is Microsoft's take on a foldable PC, offering up a detachable keyboard, Surface Slim Pen inking, and a new version of Windows 10 dubebd Windows 10X. The Surface Duo, meanwhile, marks Microsoft's entry back into the phone market as a dual-screen, foldable Android device.
Yeah, you read that right.
While neither device is set to launch until the holiday 2020 season, we got a chance to go hands-on with the prototypes after the showcase was over. Check out the video above for our full first impressions.
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