Microsoft Unveils New Dual-Screen 'Surface Neo' and 'Surface Duo' [Video]

Microsoft Unveils New Dual-Screen 'Surface Neo' and 'Surface Duo' [Video]

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Microsoft has unveiled two new folding dual-screen devices called the 'Surface Neo' and 'Surface Duo'.

With Surface Neo and Surface Duo we are introducing a new category of dual-screen devices designed to help people get more done on smaller, more mobile form factors. Today, people carry PCs, tablets and phones because each device performs a specific task well. Each screen does something we need when we need it. But these devices are limited with what they can achieve when you must switch between apps on a single screen or switch between screens altogether. When that switching happens, we break our focus. We break our flow.

Surface Neo:
Surface Neo is dual-screen device built for productivity on Windows 10X, an expression of Windows 10. A 360-degree full-friction hinge connects two 9” screens, enabling Surface Neo to adapt to whatever posture you need in the moment. When you open it you have a full-size 13” display in the thinnest LCD in its class. It’s built for productivity and multitasking like a true PC would be – running full productivity apps, with a removable keyboard and compatibility with Surface Pen and Bluetooth mouse.




Surface Duo:
Surface Duo is the first Surface to fit in your pocket. Surface Duo brings together the best of Microsoft productivity experiences, Android apps and Surface hardware design into a single device you can take anywhere. And, yes, it makes phone calls. It has two paper-thin 5.6-inch screens that unfold to 8.3 inches, and just like Surface Neo, it can be used in a variety of modes to let you work the way you’d like.



To support both these devices, Microsoft announced Windows 10X, a version of Windows that is designed to work with dual-screen PCs. More details on that here.

The Surface Neo and Surface Duo are scheduled to launch in Holiday 2020. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.

YoMommaSamSung - October 2, 2019 at 6:22pm
Remains to be tested! But Wow!!! And who said Microsoft was dead!?.....
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