We are living in the golden age of technology: we get a pretty much constant stream of exciting stuff to talk about, and today is no different with Microsoft announcing a new range of products!
Sometimes the new exciting things in tech are consoles, like Microsoft's Xbox Series X or Sony's PS5. But today we're focusing on Microsoft's newly announced Microsoft Surface Headphones 2, Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3.
This is a fun mix of stuff to dive into, so we thought we'd put together a little list of all the things you need to know about these new Microsoft products.
So, here is everything you need to know about the Microsoft Surface Headphones 2, Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3.
Surface Headphones 2 specs, features, price, release date
Let's start with the Surface Headphones 2, which are pictured at the top of this page. They come in either Light Gray or Matte Black, and include a Noise Cancelation dial to help you not only enjoy the music you're listening to, but ignore everything else as well.
They last up to 20 hours apparently, and are compatible with iOS, Windows 10, Android, and MacOS, making them an excellent choice no matter what you're using.
They're going to cost £239.99 and will be releasing on June 4th here in the UK. You can pre-order them on the Microsoft website.
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Surface Go 2 specs, features, price, release date
The Surface Go 2 is apparently the smallest and lightest 2-in-1 laptop, and, according to the site can last up to 10 hours with its impressive battery power.
While not as powerful as a standard laptop, it still uses powerful tech. "If you’ll be using Surface Go 2 for multitasking or everyday productivity, then make the Intel® Core® m3/8/128 LTE your constant companion."
The Surface Go 2 starts at £399 and it launched on May 11th in the UK, which means you can order it right now at this link.
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Surface Book 3 specs, features, price, release date
This hybrid tablet/laptop boasts some surprising specs, including "the best graphics on any Surface laptop, powered by the latest NVIDIA® GTX GeForce® GPU with up to 1TB of lightning-fast storage3 and up to 32GB RAM."
On top of that, it is "more than 50% faster than Surface Book 2, with quad-core powered 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processors." at least according to the website.
It's going to cost at least £1599 for the basic model, but will be more expensive the more you want included, and you can get your hands on it on June 4th in the UK. Pre-orders have begun on the Microsoft website.
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