Microsoft introduced its new Windows Scoop Fans program for Windows Insiders in India late last year. The main purpose of the program is to give enthusiast Insiders early access to some of Microsoft’s upcoming products and services. And now, it seems like Insiders part of the Windows Scoops Fans will be able to get an early look at the company’s upcoming hardware next week.
Microsoft posted the following invite with the image above in the Windows Scoops Fans group on Facebook, which was later shared with us by one of our readers. Microsoft is actually inviting Windows Scoop fans to its offices in Delhi and Bengaluru where they will be able to get “exclusive demos” of Microsoft’s product and services:
We’re inviting you, to our Delhi and Bengaluru offices, for exclusive demos of our products and services. Your reviews will reach the Windows team directly and may be amplified along with possible press coverage 🙂 Be among the first in India to experience this.
- Delhi: 29th March, 6pm onwards
- Bengaluru: 30th March, 10am onwards
If you’re interested please email us at [email protected]**********.com with your name, age, address and a small profile about yourself. Spots will be given on a first come first serve basis. You’ll receive an email from us informing whether you have been successful.
Do hurry, this exclusive opportunity will be closing at 12:00 pm tomorrow!
The invite is interesting because the email address where you need to register for the offer starts with “surfdemo” which could potentially indicate a demo for the company’s upcoming Surface devices. As some of you may know, Microsoft is expected to introduce new Surface devices sometime soon, so the timing of this lines up pretty well with the Windows Scoop Fans event. Needless to say, we’re just speculating here.
Of course, it is possible Microsoft might just demo the Surface Book or Surface Studio to Windows Scoop fans as both of these devices aren’t available in India. So don’t get your hopes up just yet.
We will let you know if anything interesting is demoed by Microsoft next week, so stay tuned to MSPU for more on this!
Thanks, anonymous tipster!