Microsoft and Liberty London have collaborated on this new Surface collection

Liberty London is known for its floral and graphic prints. To celebrate the opening of the new flagship Microsoft Store on Oxford Circus, Microsoft Store and Liberty London have collaborated to create a uniquely designed Surface collection. This new bespoke design combines a Liberty print from when the company first opened in 1875 and a floral design from 1975, the year that Microsoft was founded.

Pairing timeless style with modern performance, this unique design which combines the timelines of both companies has been reproduced on six one-off Microsoft Surface devices, including Surface Go, Surface Pro 6, Surface Book 2 13.5“, Surface Book 2 15”, Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Studio 2.

Unfortunately, these unique Surface devices will not be available for general consumers. If you want one of these Surface devices, you need to participate in an online charity auction. Microsoft will donate the amount to SpecialEffect, a charity helping to bring fun and inclusion to people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games.

This unique Microsoft Surface Collection will be on display to the public from 11 July at the new flagship Microsoft Store on Oxford Circus. You can participate in the bidding on eBay here.

Update:

The design will be printed on a limited-edition Surface Pro 6 Type Cover, made available for free as an exclusive offer to the first 100 customers to purchase a Surface Pro 6 device at the flagship Microsoft Store on Oxford Circus from the 11 July.

via: Stylist

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