Microsoft's latest Surface devices feature sleek touchscreens and powerful chipsets

Microsoft’s New Surface Lineup Promises Snazzy Touchscreens and Powerful Chipsets

Microsoft has introduced a range of new Surface products with revolutionary touchscreen improvements and powerful chipsets.

Microsoft has unveiled its latest Surface devices, and they're packing some serious firepower.

The new Surface Pro 9 and Surface Laptop 5 both feature powerful Intel processors and sleek touchscreens.

if you're looking for a powerful and stylish laptop, Microsoft has you covered.

The company hosted a Surface-focused streaming event today and unveiled the highly-anticipated Surface Pro 9 hybrid tablet. The Surface Pro essentially ushered in the detachable tablet market. The Pro 9 brings new improvements to the table, including a faster 13-inch display with a 130Hz refresh rate, stylus support, and the chipset of your choice.

Both Intel and ARM options are available, the latter with SQ3 chips from Qualcomm and Microsoft. The SQ3 chip is the most powerful here. According to Microsoft, it can process 15 trillion calculations per second.

In addition, these tablet-laptop power supplies finally combine aesthetics. While the only option for previous iterations was the Type Cover, the Surface Pro 9 comes in a variety of colors including Platinum, Sapphire, Graphite, and Forest Green. The gadget will be available starting at Intel models starting October 25 at $1,000 and ARM models starting at $1,300.

The Surface Laptop 5 will also be available on October 25th, starting at $1,000. This is a special Intel laptop with a choice between Core i5 and Core i7 chips. Some nice additions in this iteration include a Forest Green color option and Thunderbolt 4 support. The laptop is available in two sizes, 13.5 inches, and 15 inches, and Supports Dolby 3D Spatial processors.

Finally, there's the massive Surface Studio 2 Plus, an oversized 28-inch version of the standard Surface Pro experience. The update includes 11th Gen Intel Core H-series processors, Nvidia's RTX 3060 GPU, three Thunderbolt 4 ports on the rear, and a host of other features.

The Surface Studio 2 Plus is coming later this year and will start at $4,300. That's enough money to buy four Surface Pro 9 tablets.

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