For those who like Surface Pro 8 but wish it were more "laptop-like," the new Brydge SP+ is your $100 answer. This Bluetooth keyboard has excellent typing and trackpad, and transforms Surface Pro 8. Just be wary of the extra weight.
Microsoft's new Dynamic Refresh Rate for Windows 11 is not yet enabled for Surface Pro 8 or Surface Laptop Studio. But Intel's latest graphics drivers enable the feature, suggesting Microsoft should push out the drivers for all users in the coming months.
One of the best new features in Surface Pro 8 is the ability to upgrade the SSD yourself. The procedure is effortless, and it'll only take a few minutes, but buying the right SSD, tools, and how to get Windows 11 back is the tricky part. Luckily, we've got you covered.
Constituting one of the most extensive revisions since Surface Pro 8, the all-new Surface Pro 8 pretty much sticks the landing. As we head into the 10th year of Surface, Microsoft's latest 2-in-1 finally adds Thunderbolt and a better display to make a winner.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Microsoft appears to have delivered the goods in a big way at their recent Surface event. Zac and Daniel check out everything that was announced, including Surface Duo 2, Surface Pro 8, Surface Laptop Studio, and more!
If you think Surface Pro 8 only got a bigger display and faster processor, you'd be very wrong. The latest Microsoft Mechanics video breaks down all the changes like an ambient color sensor, large pixels for the camera, or how the new thermal system lets Surface Pro 8 hit a new high of 23-watt TDP.
Executive Editor Daniel Rubino spent some time with the new Surface products. Here's what he learned about them that wasn't in the press releases, as well as some quick impressions of Microsoft's latest Windows 11 hardware.
The Windows Central Podcast with our Executive Editor, Daniel Rubino and Senior Editor, Zac Bowden will be LIVE on Wednesday, September 22 at 1PM ET for a special episode focused entirely on the announcements coming out of Microsoft's hardware event, which takes place a couple hours before at 11AM ET.
Microsoft has announced the next generation of its mainline Surface Pro device, dubbed the Surface Pro 8, which finally closer aligns its design with the now two-year old Surface Pro X. Featuring 11th-Gen Intel chips, the Surface Pro 8 now has a 13-inch 120hz display and support for the Surface Pro X Type Cover's with Surface Slim Pen charging built-in.
Microsoft has announced that its annual fall Surface hardware event will be taking place on September 22, which is just one week away. We're expecting five new Surface devices to be announced, including a push for Windows 11.
Microsoft is bringing Dynamic Refresh Rate (DRR) to Windows 11. The tech lets the display dynamically adjust between 60 Hz and higher for smoother scrolling, improved inking, and better battery life. Yet, as of now, no Surface hardware supports higher than 60 Hz refresh rates. Could we be getting new Surface Pro hardware this fall with 120 FPS displays? Maybe.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, we've got an incredibly packed episode for you! Daniel just took delivery of a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, and Zac reports on what to expect for Windows 10 in 2021. They also discuss Android apps coming to Windows 10 along with Surface Pro 8 and Surface Laptop 4 rumors.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel have a look at Microsoft's rumored 'Cloud PC' service, and what might tech might included in Surface Pro 8. SwiftKey works across both displays on Surface Duo, and good deals abound on the device. They finish out the show with our reviews of Xbox Series X and Series S.