Microsoft Surface Forums is the largest Microsoft Surface Tablet Forum on the web featuring the latest Surface News, Tips, Hacks, Help, FAQ, and more!

Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale kicks off tomorrow, and Xbox Wire reports that it’s not just Xbox games that are included, with lots of great deals on Windows 10 games also featured, such as Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, Resident Evil 7, Fallout Shelter, Dead Rising 4, and many more.

PC gamers will also be able to pick up deals on select gaming PCs, mice, keyboards, and headsets from Dell Alienware, Asus, MSI, Lenovo, Razer, Logitech, and Kingston.

This year’s sale is running for 4 more days longer than last year, starting on June 30 and ending on July 10. To celebrate the sale, Microsoft is giving away two ultimate prize packs for both Xbox and PC gamers, where you can win equipment, cash cards, and more. The Ultimate PC Gaming Prize Pack includes the following amazing prizes:
  • Alienware Aurora R6 Gaming Desktop
  • Alienware 25" Gaming Monitor
  • Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard
  • Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse
  • $1000 Windows...

Mobile News reports that Urban Armor Gear (UAG) has just launched two new impressively sturdy cases to keep your new (and old) Microsoft Surface Pro safe and sound.

Both cases meet military drop-test standards of MIL STD 810G 516.6 as well as being impact resistant, and both are compatible with Microsoft Type Cover Keyboards and the Surface Pro 4 as well as the new 2017 Surface Pro.

The Plasma case (pictured) will set you back £79.99, and the Metropolis case is a little cheaper at £49.99 (or local equivalent).

The Plasma series includes a 360-degree rotational hand strap, as well as a shoulder strap and built-in kick-stand and comes in a...

Business Insider reports that Microsoft general manager for Surface, Ryan Gavin, has told them that the iPad Pro was a “clear example” of Apple following Microsoft and not the other way round.
Gavin conceded that Microsoft does keep an eye on its competition, but as far as actually assembling the Surface hardware is concerned, “we don’t really look at Apple.”

Speaking during Microsoft’s Studio Space event at London Tech Week, Gavin said that Microsoft’s main reason for creating the Surface Laptop was because “our customers wanted it.”


In a post on the Windows blog Microsoft Devices corporate vice president Panos Panay celebrated the arrival of Surface Laptop and the new Surface Pro, which are now available to buy in 25 markets worldwide, as well as increased availability for Surface Studio around the world.

“People are already falling in love with Surface Laptop,” said Panay, and he’s not wrong, as the laptop has received some excellent reviews, including The Telegraph calling it “the best-looking Windows laptop,” and The Verge saying that it was “worth the wait.”

Panay also took the opportunity to announce that all four Surface Laptop colours are now available in 17 new markets, with Burgundy, Cobalt Blue, and Graphite Gold joining Platinum as options...

With the E3 gaming expo taking place this week in Los Angeles there have been lots of exiting announcements about forthcoming PC games, in particular Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, which was announced exclusively for Windows 10, with a closed beta due to start very soon that can be signed up for at

Age of Empires first appeared on PC back in 1997, and along the way the much-loved series has explored human civilisation up until Colonial America. It feels like it’s been away for far too long, so it’s great to have it back!

Perfect World and Cryptic Studios have announced today that they are currently developing a new AAA RPG based on Wizards of the Coast’s strategic card game, Magic: The Gathering, for both PC and console. As yet that’s pretty much all the information that we have on the new game, as Perfect World says that it will be releasing additional details and the game’s official title at a later date.

Massively popular strategy card game Magic: The Gathering sees players taking on the role of Planeswalkers, who are powerful mages that can travel between planes, cast spells, and summon mythical creatures. The card game has more than 20 million fans in more than 70 countries, and the forthcoming PC and console game will give them the chance to immerse themselves in the Multiverse, the world in which Magic: The Gathering is set.

Search tags for this page
microsoft surface forum
microsoft surface forums
surface forum

surface forums

surface pro 3 forum
surface rt forum
surface support