New Surface Hardware from Microsoft

by Volker Weber

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Microsoft announces new hardware:

  • Surface Go 2 delivers incredible value in a light, portable design, providing a great device for anyone in your company or family.
  • Surface Book 3 is our most powerful laptop ever. Designed for professionals who need desktop-level performance from anywhere, this is the powerhouse workstation.
  • The Surface Headphones 2 and Surface Earbuds complete your Surface experience, helping you find focus wherever you are and stay connected to the people and content that matters.
  • The Surface Dock 2 and the multi-port Microsoft USB-C Travel Hub help you set up the ultimate workspace wherever that may be.

Not much in there for me, it seems, besides new headphones. Go is too small for me, Book too much. I don't use Surface Dock or external screens. But for Surface Headphones I wrote extensive feedback to Microsoft's head of design and he seem to have taken action on it. Probably before he read my feedback, which was not out of the ordinary.

I am thoroughly enjoying Surface Pro X, which is currently my main computer.

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Das Surface Go 2 hätte ich gern vor zwei Monaten gehabt. Das alte Modell leidet bei mir im Bürobetrieb unter hoher Prozessorlast. Das Pro X mag ich immer noch gern, stoße aber immer mehr an Grenzen der Kompatibilität. Selbst 32-Bit-Software scheint sich darauf anders zu verhalten, als auf einem intel-Pendant. Aktuell bekomme ich ein Softphone nicht zum Laufen, weil es Outlook (obwohl Standard-Client) nicht finden kann. And the list goes on...
Warum MS nicht das normale Pro mit LTE rausbringt bleibt mir ein Rätsel.

Markus Mews, 2020-05-06

Ich habe nachgefragt. Das Surface Pro mit LTE ist komplett anders. Das ist nicht nur ein Modem. Läuft noch mit Intel Core 7th gen.

Volker Weber, 2020-05-06

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