Prices for the Surface Pro 6 with a basic Core i5 processor will start from $899, although you'll need the (not really) optional $129 keyboard. While Microsoft hasn't revealed full details for the laptop, the hardware appears to be identical, down to the port situation - which means another year without USB-C.
As mentioned above, the external design of the Surface Pro 6 remains largely unchanged thanks to the trademark hinge and aluminum casing.
One of the most expected announcements for Microsoft's launch event is the successor to the Surface Pro (2017) that was launched past year.
Microsoft's new Surface Studio 2 is all about creativity. Surface Headphones make it easy to block out the world to get more done with adjustable noise cancellation, so you can focus on your task or just relax with your favorite music. Pre-orders for the device do not seem to be available as of writing.
On Tuesday Microsoft also announced the Surface Laptop 2.
It's powered by an 8th Gen Intel Quad Core processor, supports up to 16GB of memory and a 1TB SSD.
As for the display, it's supposedly 38 percent brighter than the first Surface Studio with 22 percent more contrast, which is made possible by new LCD and oxide transistor technology.
One such device is a 2018 refresh of Microsoft's Surface Pro laptop-notebook hybrid device, dubbed the Surface Pro 6. The 2-in-1 device will run on Windows 10 and will also be equipped with Bluetooth 4.1. The new devices should pack Intel's 8th generation processors, but we'll find out more later today.
Microsoft would only hint that the Surface Studio 2 is coming soon along with the new Surface Headphones. It is safe to say the devices have come a long way in 6 years.