In addition to the surprise gadgets announced, Microsoft has also announced a few new Surface products. The first is the Microsoft Surface Laptop 3, followed by Surface Pro 7 and Surface Pro X.

The Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 comes in the version: a 13.5-inch model powered by 10th-generation Intel Core processor and a 15-inch AMD Ryzen Surface Edition with AMD Radeon RX Vega 11 graphics.

The Microsoft Surface Laptop 3

Other notables include 20% larger glass trackpad, keyboard with full 1.33 mm key travel, USB-A and USB-C, Fast Charging that takes the Surface device to 80% in an hour, all-day battery life, PixelSense Display with Touch, improved front-facing cameras, Omnisonic speakers, dual far-field Studio Mics, and a modular design.

Microsoft Laptop 3 13-inch starts at $999 and the Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 15-inch starts at $1,199. Both devices are available to order now.

Next up are the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 and Microsoft Surface Pro X. The former is very much like the Surface Laptop 3, powered by 10th-generation Intel Core processor, sports both USB-A and USB-C, and has an all-day battery. The design is, as usual, super sleek.

The Microsoft Surface Pro X, on the other hand, is described as an ultra mobile device with a super thin profile of just 5.33 mm (0.21-inch) and weighs mere 1.68 lbs (762g).

Pro X features a 13-inch edge-to-edge touchscreen with 33 percent thinner bezels and it is powered by Microsoft SQ1 processor co-designed with Qualcomm that pushes 2 teraflops of graphics processing power.

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As usual there are accessories that will further give your Surface experience a boost, but we will leave it to you to explore those.

Both the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 and the Microsoft Surface Pro X are available to order with a starting price of $749 and $999, respectively. Keep going to find the videos of the three beautiful Surface products.

All images courtesy of Microsoft.

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