Microsoft's Surface event: How to watch new hardware debut live on Sept. 22

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Microsoft is rumored to be updating several of its Surface products, including its Duo phone.

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It’s been almost a decade since Microsoft surprised the tech industry with its First Surface Hybrid Tablet. Until that moment in 2012, Microsoft was primarily a software company. Fast-forward to 2021, and Microsoft is a hardware giant that’s making well regarded Surface tablets, laptops and desktops. company manufactures headphones, keyboards, mice and pens too. It also jumped back into making phones, with Surface Duo last year.


This year, the company is expected to announce updates for several of its Surface products. with duo phone. But what makes this year’s announcement even more interesting is its timing, set for September 22. The company event will take place less than two weeks before the company. Windows 11 begins rolling out, Its Biggest Windows software update in six years.

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Microsoft also teased at least one other change in its announcement for the event, tweeting a profile image of a thinner Surface tablet device than what’s been offered so far. We will keep our eyes open.


Microsoft’s event will be completely online starting 22 september In Sydney, Australia at 8 a.m. PT, 11 a.m. ET, 4 p.m. BST and September 23 at 1 p.m. ET.


event will happen Livestreamed on Microsoft’s website. Nerdshala will cover the event live, as we always have, with real-time updates, insights and analysis you can only find here.

what can we expect

Microsoft has gotten progressively better at organizing events online. in spite of messy struggles faced During its Windows 11, the tech giant treated companies like Apple, Samsung and Sony, which have find important resources In creating smartly edited presentations. The company has put so much effort into its Surface line, as well as recently Promotion of Panos Panay, Head of Product in Microsoft’s Senior Leadership Team, it’s a good sign that the presentation will be a worthwhile watch.

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