Unveiling the Microsoft Surface Laptop: Performance made personal


Microsoft released the two most versatile laptops this week: Surface Laptop and Surface Pro. The laptops are mainly designed for college students, lighter in weight and easier to carry.

This time around, we’ll talk about the $999 Microsoft Surface Laptop that is considered to be perfect for students. The thin, light and elegant laptop come in four different colors such as; Burgundy, Platinum, Cobalt Blue, and Graphite Gold.

The laptop is more secure than ever. It has Windows 10 S in which applications are downloaded via Windows store to ensure that they’re Microsoft’s verified.

Its touchscreen has a 2256×1504 resolution display with 3:2 aspect ratio same as Surface Pro. The screen can’t detach from the keyboard like the surface pro.

The laptop is beautifully designed and crafted with an artificial material called Alcantara. The material is made of polyester and polyurethane that is used in cars and boats. The default color is platinum, if you wanna buy burgundy or Graphite Blue, you’ve got to choose the more expensive 8GB/256GB configuration.

Your commands are just a touch away!

Experience the natural navigation on the vibrant 13.5″ PixelSense Display with a stunning touchscreen.

The students, staff, and faculty can save up to 10% on Surface because the laptop is designed specifically for college going people.

The Surface Laptop is thin, elegant and powerful with a perfect balance of performance, portability, and long battery life.


Microsoft also offers other accessories that you’ll have to buy separately. These accessories contain Surface Dock, Surface Arc Mouse, and Surface Dial.

The Surface Dock can turn your Surface into a PC. Simply by plugging in your surface cable you can use two external monitors, keyboard, and mouse etc
The Surface Arc Mouse fits perfectly in your hand and connects via Bluetooth.
The Surface dial enables you to store, customize, navigate and re-imagine physical tools in the digital world.

For more information head to: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/featured-devices/surface-laptop

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