These are the End of Support dates for your Surface tablet or laptop

Microsoft has published the End of Support dates for all the Surface tablets and laptops, both old and new.

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This is the period Microsoft will provide driver and firmware support for their devices, and is separate from OS updates.

The clock starts ticking from the release of the device, and for the oldest devices such as the Surface RT, Surface Pro and Surface 2 Microsoft is delivering 5 years of support. For newer devices, it is generally 4 years from their date of release.

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The detailed End of Support date for each generation of Surface Devices can be seen below:

SURFACE DEVICE SUPPORT DATES
DeviceRelease DateEnd of Servicing Date
Surface RT1October 26, 2012April 11, 2017
Surface Pro1February 9, 2013April 11, 2017
Surface 21October 22, 2013April 10, 2018
Surface Pro 21October 22, 2013April 10, 2018
Surface Pro 3June 20, 2014November 13, 2021
Surface 3May 5, 2015November 13, 2021
Surface BookOctober 26, 2015November 13, 2021
Surface Pro 4October 26, 2015November 13, 2021
Surface Book with Performance BaseNovember 10, 2016November 13, 2021
Surface Studio (1st gen)December 15, 2016November 13, 2021
Surface Laptop (1st gen)June 14, 2017November 13, 2021
Surface Pro (5th gen)June 15, 2017November 13, 2021
Surface Book 2November 17, 2017November 17, 2021
Surface Pro LTE (Model 1807)December 1, 2017December 1, 2021
Surface GoAugust 2, 2018August 2, 2022
Surface Studio 2October 2, 2018October 2, 2022
Surface Laptop 2October 16, 2018October 16, 2022
Surface Pro 6October 16, 2018October 16, 2022
Surface Go with LTE AdvancedNovember 20, 2018November 20, 2022
Surface Laptop 3October 22, 2019October 22, 2023
Surface Pro 7October 22, 2019October 22, 2023
Surface Pro XNovember 5, 2019November 5, 2023
Surface Go 2May 6, 2020May 6, 2024
Surface Book 3May 26, 2020May 26, 2024
Surface Pro X SQ2October 13, 2020October 13, 2024
Surface Laptop GoOctober 13, 2020October 13, 2024

1. Indicates devices with a previously declared end of firmware/driver servicing support date.

More detail can be found at Microsoft here.

via ZDNet

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