Yours truly, Microsoft, is releasing a new product, The Surface Laptop sporting the new Windows 10 S3. The amazing line of the stunning Surface series have made fantastic products, but there has always been a need for a laptop and here it is. Let us get started.
Microsoft Surface Laptop Details
The new Microsoft Surface Laptop is available in 4 different colors on pre-order, Platinum, Graphite Gold, Burgundy, and Cobalt Blue. The Surface Laptop not only sports good looks and charm, but manpower to boot. There are two options available for the new processors, Intel i5 and i7. Each with the new Kaby Lake variant.
Storage wise, the highest amount is 512 GB of storage and 16GB of RAM. The Surface Laptop also sports a new finish on its keyboards using a Alcantara finish. It gives it a luxury feel and indeed it is.
Lets take a look at the pricing. The most basic surface laptop starting price is $999.00 USD. If you want some higher quality specs like the i7, 16GB of RAM, and 512 GB of storage, that is $2,199.00 USD.
That pricing is reasonable, but still on the expensive side. Many consumers would go for a Dell XPS 15 for more quality specs than this and have gaming capabilities. That just depends on the need of the Person.
My main suspicions about the Surface Laptop is the file usage. I hope that it doesn’t follow similar lines like his bigger brother the Surface Studio. On the Surface studio, the only purpose mainly is art and printing, but the biggest issue is that you can’t run .exe files.
I wish the studio was like a competitor to iMac having all the functional capabilities of a regular Windows 10 PC. The Alcantara on the keyboard might also be an issue since it can stain REALLY easily, but who knows. Other than that, I have no other real suspicions.
I have high expectations for this newly anticipated Laptop. My brains been scrambling on whether I should buy the thing or not. It looks to be an indeed great product. Just so I wont keep you from flying out of your seat, the release date of the Microsoft Surface Laptop is June 15, 2017. I have to say, I really can’t wait. The public eye isn’t too centered on the laptop, but it doesn’t mean that a new laptop competitor isn’t on the rise.
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