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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Microsoft Surface Studio International Release Details Revealed

#Microsoft #SurfaceStudio – Microsoft Surface Studio International Release Details Revealed : Microsoft wowed us with the Surface Studio all-in-one PC late last year and it has only been selling the computer in the United States since then. This is the first time that Microsoft has confirmed the Surface Studio international release details. The computer is initially going to be released in three additional countries outside the United States before it’s eventually made available for purchase officially in other countries across the globe.

Microsoft has confirmed that starting today, both the Surface Studio and Surface Dial are available for pre-order in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. The devices will be available for purchase in these markets on April 20th.

It’s interesting to note that no European market is included in the first international appearance of the Surface Studio. That’s not all. Microsoft is also releasing its updated Surface Book with performance base in additional markets.

It can now be pre-ordered in a handful of markets such as Austria, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. It will also be released on April 20th.

As far as a new Surface Book is concerned, recent reports suggest that one might not be coming in the near future. In fact, the hardware event Microsoft is expected to conduct in the coming weeks is said to be sans the Surface Book 2 notebook.

Source : Ubergizmo

Microsoft Surface Studio Starts Early Shipping, An Exclusive Support Line Made Available

Some users have received their Surface Studio early as reports from the US have claimed. Microsoft had been set to start sending out units before Christmas, but has now begun emailing customers that pre-ordered their device to let them know it will arrive soon.

Head of Surface and Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing, Panos Panay, sent out an email to the Surface Studio customers. In the email, Panos Panay revealed that the company will be offering a dedicated support line for the new Surface Studio owners.

With this dedicated phone line, Surface Studio owners will be able to get support for their new device very quickly when they have any early issues with it, as reported by Express.co.uk.

The email further stated that Microsoft wants the early Surface Studio buyers’ first experience to be “absolutely perfect” which is what you would expect to see with a premium device like this. The news come from Thurrott.com, which noted that Microsoft is also providing a dedicated phone line to new users to help them with any issues they may have with the new device.

If you wish to order the Surface Studio yet, Microsoft is still accepting pre-orders – but only in the US. However the company is warning that new device, which will cost around $3,000, will not be ship until early 2017, which is when it will also be made available to UK.

Surface Studio may be called killers iMac Microsoft

#SurfaceStudio #iMacMicrosoft – Surface Studio may be called killers iMac Microsoft : This is the week to get excited about computers again. Whether you’re a Mac or Windows user, you should know that brand new hardware is coming. Both Apple and Microsoft have scheduled special media events to introduce their latest computers. Apple’s most exciting new product will probably be the MacBook Pro, which is in for a well-deserved massive refresh. But desktop fans should know that Microsoft is about to unveil its first ever iMac killer, a brand new Surface all-in-one device.

This isn’t the first time we hear Microsoft is working on a Surface-branded desktop to rival Apple’s iMac — the latter isn’t due for a refresh this year, according to recent reports.

But new trademark filings discovered in Slovenia of all places reveal one potential name for the product. Microsoft’s all-in-one may be called Surface Studio according to the findings of trademark attorney Brian Conroy, who happens to have discovered similar documents in unexpected places. Most recently, he found a trademark for Apple’s AirPods, as well as other unreleased Apple products.

The lawyer found trademarks for Surface Laptop, Paint 3D, Surface Dial, and Dial. But it’s Surface Studio the likeliest name for an all-in-one computer.

The name makes perfect sense in light of a recent report from ZDNet’s well-informed Mary Jo Foley who said last month that Microsoft’s desktop computer, codenamed Cardinal, would “turn your desk into a studio.”

However, it doesn’t even matter whether Surface Studio is indeed the name of Microsoft’s all-in-one computer. On Wednesday, we’ll find out exactly what Microsoft will call this device and everything else the company is going to unveil. Source bgr