Microsoft unveiled its new Surface devices during a new press event in New York City, and they’re available for preorder right now.
This time around, the software maker, announced the Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, and Surface Studio 2, and while these new devices preserve the same design as their predecessor, they’re a lot faster, they offer longer battery life, and they include a number of tweaks.
In addition, the Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 now come in a gorgeous black finish, which is something we haven’t seen since the Surface Pro 2.
Surface Pro 6
The Surface Pro 6 is powered by 8th generation Intel quad-core processors, and the model featuring a Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, and 128GB of storage starts at $899. If you opt for the black finish model with 256GB of storage, it’ll cost $1199.
You can preorder the tablet now, and it’s expected to be available on October 16.
Surface Laptop 2
The Surface Laptop 2 now includes 8th generation Intel processors, and the Core i5 processor with 8GB and 128GB of storage starts at $999. If you opt for the black finish model, which comes with 256GB of storage, then it’ll run you $1299.
You can preorder the laptop today, and it’s expected to ship on October 16.
Surface Studio 2
The Surface Studio 2 — Microsoft’s All-in-One PC — has been updated with an 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor and 1TB SSD for storage, and the model that comes with 16GB of memory starts $3500.
If you need more memory, the 32GB of memory model will cost you $4200, and if you add the 2TB SSD option, the price will increase to $4800.
You can preorder the All-in-One today, and it’s expected to ship on November 15.