Microsoft officially took the wraps off the Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3.
Starting at $399, the Surface Go 2 features a 10.5-inch PixelSense display, Studio Mics (to increase voice clarity and reduce background noise, particularly during video chats), and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.
With 8th-generation Intel Core M processor options, Microsoft says the device is 64 percent faster than its predecessor.
Additionally, the Go 2 has a new Camera app specifically for the rear-facing camera that lets you scan documents and whiteboards for notes or homework.
It also comes complete with a Surface Pen, so you can use the Go 2 for notes, drawing, or marking up documents.
As for color options, the Go 2 comes in Black, Platinum, Poppy Red, and Ice Blue. It’ll be available for purchase starting May 12.
If you’re looking for something that’s a lot more powerful to get you through working from home, Microsoft also revealed the Surface Book 3.
In fact, the company says this is their “most powerful laptop ever,” with up to 50 percent more performance than the Surface Book 2 and up to 17.5 hours of battery life.
Starting at $1,599, the laptop comes in either 13-inch or 15-inch options and both feature a high-DPI PixelSense Display. Under the hood is a 10th-generation Intel Core processor with up to 32GB of RAM.
Microsoft lets you choose from two GPUs. If you’re planning on using this primarily for gaming, you’ll want to go for the Nvidia GeForce GTX. Those using the laptop for commercial or educational purposes will want the Quadro RTX.
The Surface Book 3 will be available on May 21.