How To Watch Microsoft’s Surface Event Live At 11:00 | Engadget

Microsoft’s Fall Surface event is finally here, and the company wants to make sure you can tune in to see all the new hardware. It live streams the event on its website from (appropriately enough) at 11:00 East. We also have a live summary of the Engadget YouTube channel (below) at 12:00 East if you would like insights or just want to know what you missed.

It promises to be one of Microsoft’s biggest Surface offerings to date. Leaks indicate that you will at least see a redesigned Surface Pro 8 and a significantly upgraded Surface Duo 2. We would like to add that several models have not been touched for a while. The Surface Book needs to be updated (if not a full-fledged reconsideration), and you can say the same for the small Surface Go as well as the ARM-powered Surface Pro X. Nor will we rule out a surprise or two, and it would just make sense that Microsoft would hype Windows 11 with a release just a few days later.

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