Microsoft has struck pure gold with its Surface line of devices and it looks like it has no intention of stopping. While the sleek all-in-one PC Surface Studio was released some time ago, the product was only made available in the United States. That’s going to change pretty soon, though: Microsoft announced it would be bringing the device to other countries as soon as the 20th of April in two models.
New devices are coming
One is the Surface Studio PC and the other is the Surface Dial, an iteration of Microsoft’s Surface products, coming to Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Unfortunately for Europeean residents that were looking forward to grabbing the new devices, Microsoft hasn’t announced any EU countries for the Surface Studio release. It is unknown if there will be any releases there in the future.
Mark the 20th of April on your calendar
April 20th is also bringing the base Surface Book device. Unlike the aforementioned Surface Studio, the Surface Book will come to European countries with quite a few of them on the list of countries that will receive the device that day. These countries include Denmark, Finland, Germany, France, Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland and Norway. The United Kingdom will also be getting the Surface Book, as well, in addition to China and Japan.
Lately, there have been rumors about a possible launch of the Surface Book 2. However, given the fact that Microsoft just announced all these countries as recipients of the first Surface Book shows the company is not quite done with Surface Book and wants to expand its market before switching over to Surface Book 2.
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