Articles about Surface Laptop

Microsoft reopens outlets as 'Experience Centers,' Retail won't be focus

09 Jun 2021

Business
Microsoft reopens outlets as 'Experience Centers,' Retail won't be focus

Microsoft will sell consumer electronics and software products at physical locations across the world. The software giant will be setting up retail outlets dubbed as "Experience Centers" in New York City, London, and Sydney starting July.

Microsoft launches latest Surface devices, prices start at Rs. 72,999

04 May 2020

Technology
Microsoft launches latest Surface devices, prices start at Rs. 72,999

Microsoft's latest line-up of Surface devices - Surface Pro 7, Surface Laptop 3, and Surface Pro X - has officially been launched in India.

#NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: Surface Duo, Windows 10X, Fold, Android bug and more

06 Oct 2019

Technology
#NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: Surface Duo, Windows 10X, Fold, Android bug and more

The first week of October was full of surprises, both good and bad.

From Surface Duo phone to Earbuds: Everything Microsoft announced yesterday

03 Oct 2019

Technology
From Surface Duo phone to Earbuds: Everything Microsoft announced yesterday

Last night, Microsoft held its annual Surface event and unveiled a bunch of new products to mark its dominance in the hardware category.

Microsoft announces October 2 event: Expected product launches

09 Sep 2018

Technology
Microsoft announces October 2 event: Expected product launches

It seems that new Microsoft Surface devices are on their way.

Will Microsoft's new Surface line-up work for India? Unlikely

08 Aug 2018

Business
Will Microsoft's new Surface line-up work for India? Unlikely

On Tuesday, Microsoft launched its new Surface line-up in India comprising two devices - the Surface Laptop, and the Surface Book 2.

Microsoft's new Laptop and OS will compete with Apple, Chromebooks

03 May 2017

Technology
Microsoft's new Laptop and OS will compete with Apple, Chromebooks

Microsoft with its Surface Laptop, which comes with a new OS Windows 10 S, aims to take over the education market that is currently dominated by Google Chromebooks and Apple MacBook Pro.