Microsoft Surface Studio Confirmed To Arrive In Three Other Regions On April 20; Surface Book Pre-order Now Available In Other Markets

#MicrosoftSurface #SurfaceStudio – Microsoft Surface Studio Confirmed To Arrive In Three Other Regions On April 20; Surface Book Pre-order Now Available In Other Markets  : Microsoft really wanted to reach other markets as its all-in-one PC; Microsoft Surface Studio will become available on three other regions on April 20. Meanwhile, this device is already available for pre-orders in other countries.

According to Ubergizmo, this will be the first time that Redmond-based tech giant has revealed the Microsoft Surface Studio international launch details. The said all-in-one PC is originally reported to be released in three other regions outside the United States before it is finally made accessible for purchase in the other countries around the world.

Microsoft Corporation has confirmed that starting march 29; both the Surface Studio and Surface Dial are obtainable for pre-order in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. These devices can be purchased in these markets beginning April 20.

It is worth mentioning that there is no European market included in the first international appearance of the Microsoft Surface Studio. Nevertheless, that is not all as the Microsoft will also make the updated Microsoft Surface Book with performance base available in other market shelves.

As a matter of fact, The Verge has learned that the Microsoft Surface Book with performance base is now can be pre-ordered in a bit of market. The list includes; Austria, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. This device is also scheduled to be released on April 20.

With the Microsoft Surface Book extension, it may indicate that the fans of the Redmond-based company won’t see a new Surface Book 2 as of this moment. Reports already claimed earlier last month that the next Surface Book might have clamshell laptop design. Nevertheless, recent news is recommending that Microsoft will hold a Surface hardware event in the spring lacking the Surface Book 2.

Since the Microsoft Surface Studio will become available in other three regions it appears that the tech company would want to reach out other markets. In addition, there is also a sign that Surface Book 2 will not yet become available as of this moment.

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Surface Studio AIO, Dial remote queued for Microsoft event

#SurfaceAIO #Windows – Surface Studio AIO, Dial remote queued for Microsoft event : In less than 48 hours, Microsoft will be holding a press event where it is expected to unveil a new generation of Surface devices. While it’s pretty much expected that there will be no new smartphone to grace the stage, that doesn’t necessarily mean things won’t be interesting, especially given recent trademarks just filed by Microsoft.

While a Surface Laptop and a Paint 3D might not be so groundbreaking, the Surface Studio and Surface Dial names are definitely something worth taking note of. The “Surface Studio” might actually be the all-in-one PC that Microsoft has been rumored to be working on.

Details about this desktop PC are surprisingly still slim up to this point, with rumors leaning towards a more modular design but not much else. A few weeks ago, a Surface keyboard and mouse surfaced at the FCC, lending some credibility to the theory.

Perhaps more curious is the “Surface Dial”, speculated to be a remote controller with a radial interface. Considering it’s a last-minute revelation, not much is known about it yet. It could be a wireless control geared towards multimedia consumption as well as art creation, not unlike wheel controls from Wacom’s many drawing devices.

As for the Surface Laptop, Microsoft might simply be trying to safeguard the trademark, as it already uses the Surface Book brand for its laptop-like Surface device. It could, however, still introduce a more traditional laptop, though that would greatly disappoint Surface Pro fans.

Microsoft’s press event takes place 26th October at 10 AM EDT (7 AM PDT). The majority of the world that won’t be able to be there in person can still watch from the comfort of their homes via Microsoft’s livestream. Source: slashgear