After lots of teasing on social media, Microsoft has finally unveiled the Surface Pro 8 and Surface Go 3 at its hardware event. Here’s everything you need to know about the devices, their specifications, and their availability.
However, we didn’t get to see the refresh of the ARM-powered Surface Pro X tablet.
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Here’s a table with all three devices, their specifications, and pricing.
|Specifications||Surface Pro 8||Surface Go 3|
|Display Size||13-inches with narrow bezels||10.5-inches|
|Display Resolution||Dynamic refresh rate – 60Hz, 90Hz, 120Hz with Surface Slim 2 Pen (Microsoft G6 Processor)||Full-HD 1920×1280 pixels with 3:2 aspect ratio|
|Processor, Graphics, Storage, RAM||11th Gen Intel Processors, up to 32GB RAM||Intel Pentium Golf 6500Y, Core i3-10100Y processor with 4GB and 8GB RAM, respectively|
|Build||Magnesium alloy Chassis||Magnesium alloy Chassis with a fold-out stand.|
|Battery||16 hours of battery||13 hours of battery|
|I/O||2x Thunderbolt 4 ports||3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C|
|OS||Windows 11||Windows 11|
|Pricing and Availability||$1099 for the base variant||$399 for the base variant|
Apart from these devices, Microsoft has also unveiled the Surface Duo 2, which leaked last month, Surface Book 4, and Surface Studio 3. The least surprising part of the event is that all the devices come with Windows 11 out-of-the-box. The Surface Slim Pen 2 is priced at $129.
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