How & Where To Pre-Order The New Microsoft Surface Products!

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Microsoft just announced a slew of new Surface products – Surface Duo 2, Surface Pro 8, refreshed Surface Pro X – to name a few. And now you can pre-order all of these new products.

Everything that Microsoft announced today will be released on October 5 in the US. The dates vary in other countries.

You can pre-order everything from Microsoft’s website. Unfortunately, it does not look like they are available from other retailers just yet. But that might change before October 5.


How to pre-order new Microsoft Surface products

First up, the Surface Duo 2. This is a $1499 Android “phone” that is foldable with two displays inside. It is a big upgrade over the original Duo, and you can pre-order it from Microsoft now. It comes in a 8GB/128GB model by default, but you can up the storage to 256GB for $1599 or 512GB for $1799.

Then we have the Surface Pro X. Microsoft announced a WiFi version of it today, which will start at $899. It’s also available in platinum and matte black.

The Surface Pro 8 also got a pretty big upgrade this time around. It’ll start at $1,099 and that starts out with an Intel Core i5 (11th-generation) 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. And it can go all the way up to an Intel Core i7 with 32GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.


Microsoft brought a new Surface Go 3 as well. This starts at $399. And as was the case with the first two models, it’s not super powerful, or large.

Finally, we have the Surface Laptop Studio. This is a new laptop where the screen can turn into an easel – hence the “Studio” name. Which is rather interesting. It starts at $1599, and that comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. This can go all the way up to an Intel Core i7, 32GB of RAM and 2TB of storage for $3,099.

These will all release on October 5.