Watch this supercut of every Surface product trailer ever
Experience just under 40 minutes of Surface nostalgia.
What you need to know
- YouTube channel "Galen's of Tomorrow" recently uploaded a supercut of Surface product trailers.
- The video spans nearly eight years, from the reveal of the first Surface to Surface Neo, Duo, and Surface Book 3.
- Throughout each clip, you can get a good sense of how Surface has evolved and expanded over the years.
Since its debut in 2012, Microsoft's Surface line has gone through quite an evolution. What started out as a new tablet-laptop hybrid — kicking off a new PC category — has transformed into a lineup that sports a standard laptop, an elegant all-in-one, dual-screen devices, and more.
If you're itching to experience that evolution again, a YouTube channel called "Galen's of Tomorrow" recently uploaded a supercut of every Surface product trailer ever. At just under 40 minutes, it definitely scratches a nostalgia itch. Moreover, it offers an impressive look at how Surface has changed and grown over the years.
We're still waiting on the next major additions to the Surface lineup in the Surface Duo and Surface Neo, but this week saw Microsoft launch two new additions. The Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 are modest evolutions on their predecessors, coming with new chips, enhanced performance, and more.
Do you have a favorite Surface? Where do you want to see Surface go next? Let us know in the comments below.
Two in one
Power on the go
The refreshed Surface Book 3 for 2020 gets new Intel 10th Gen processors, more powerful GTX graphics, and much better Wi-Fi, SSD, and RAM options making this one powerful 2-in-1 convertible PC.
Small and portable
The new Surface Go 2 packs a larger 10.5-inch higher resolution display, thinner bezels, more power and storage for all your on-the-go computing tasks. Compatible with previous and new accessories.
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