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Microsoft removed references to Surface Neo from its website

by Henry Brown


Microsoft has removed a page from its website dedicated to the foldable Surface Neo device. A few weeks earlier, the company also hid YouTube presentation videos about the gadget.

The site redirects to the general Surface devices page when you try to visit the Surface Neo section using a direct link.

The Surface Neo has been officially postponed: it was originally supposed to hit stores later this year. Microsoft Chief Product Officer Panos Panay told The Verge in early September that he “needs the right time to introduce this product.”

Suface Neo was presented in October 2019. The gadget has two 9 “displays that fold out into a single surface. It is based on a special version of the Intel Lakefield processor, and the operating system is Windows 10X.

A similar concept device, Surface Duo running Android, has gone on sale in select markets.


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