Earlier this week Microsoft had a Windows 10 event, in which they made a lot of announcements. From virtual reality headsets to a superfast Surface Book to an all new Surface PC. We picked the tops Microsoft products that global consumers will love.
Microsoft VR Headsets
Microsoft is working with Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, and Lenovo to launch affordable Virtual Reality (VR) headsets. Currently, our choices are $599 for the Oculus Rift or $799 for the HTC Vive. Microsoft’s line of VR headsets will start at $299. What separate’s Microsoft VR heads from the more high-end headsets is that they don’t need external cameras or sensors. All of the headsets will feature inside-out tracking sensors. Therefore, removing the need to rearrange an entire room to fit the needs of external sensors.
Microsoft Surface Book
The year-old Surface Book was not redesigned. Instead, we have a new Surface Book i7 with two times the graphics performance as last year’s version. We also have an extra cooling fan and up to 16 hours of battery life. Better graphics help make it an ideal lightweight choice for gamers. The improvements will bring the cost up to $2,399.
Microsoft Surface Studio
Microsoft extends its Surface brand with an all-in-one PC targeted at creative professionals. The LCD display is said to be the world’s thinnest. Like the Surface Pro and Surface Book, the Surface Studio feature PixelSense, which helps distinguish between touching the screen with a finger, or stylus and optimize itself. The display itself is amazing with 63% more pixels than a 4K TV.
The Surface Studio ships with a Surface Pen, Surface Keyboard, and Surface Mouse. Unfortunately, it does not ship with the Surface Dial. The Dial is a puck-like device that adds a creative way to interact with the Surface Studio. However, you get a free Surface Dial if you preorder the Surface Studio before December 1st. The feature-rich Surface Studio starts at $2,999.
Buy Microsoft VR Headsets, Surface Book, and Surface Studio from the US
Other than the Microsoft VR headsets, the additions to the Surface family are quite pricey. Considering that the prices in the US will be the lowest anyone can find, it will be the place where you will want to purchase the new Surface Book i7 and Surface Studio. How can you do such a thing if you are without a debit card with U.S. billing address? The US Unlocked Card is your solution.
All US Unlocked cardholders have a virtual prepaid debit card with a US billing address. Hence, giving you access to the online Microsoft U.S. Store. We partner with forward shipping companies that allow us to use their address as the billing address on our cards. We are currently partnered with:
The US Unlocked Card is accepted on most U.S. websites where prepaid is accepted. When using your card, do make sure you are always connected over VPN (U.S. IP address) when making a purchase. To check whether your VPN is working you can go to whatismyipaddress.com. The IP location will need to be somewhere in the U.S.A.