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Oct 24, 2020

A FLOPP? Surface Duo price-cut by almost 2000 kroner

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This does not bode well.

This does not bode well.

The duo is not so bad, but the software experience has a lot to go on. That was my experience.

The duo can be a very good product, but there are a couple of serious issues with the product in its current form
It's a bit sad to see that Microsoft has already cut the price by almost 2000 kroner (200 dollars) in its own online store, just a few weeks after the launch on 10 September.

The 128GB model costs $ 1199 now, and the one with 256GB is priced at $ 1399. Both are $ 200 cheaper.
The problem with the devices besides a weak touch system is the lack of 5G, a stiff price, a weaker chipset, and "only" 6GB of RAM.

We hope there will be a Duo 2, there are too many good ideas to give up
It does not bode well for sales at all and makes us wonder if Microsoft wants to try again at all if sales are really bad. We hope they do this with the hope of success in the long run, and that they do not give up.

I gave the Duo 6 out of 10 in my test, and boasted of both design and battery life:

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