Microsoft's Surface family has grown rapidly in recent years, with a range of devices now on the market. While the traditional Surface Pro remains a staple of the premium hardware line, the Surface, Surface Book and Surface Laptop all deliver portable experiences in differing form factors.
However, with a premium design comes a matching price tag, making Surface devices hard to justify for some users. Although well-rounded solutions for those on the go, with some portable Surface devices priced over $3000, they're not for those on a budget.
A discussion recently kicked off on the Windows Central forums, with one college student curious whether a Surface device is right for him.
But we want to hear from you. What's your recommended Surface device for students? If not a Surface, we device do you recommend from other manufacturers? Make sure to jump into the forum thread below and share your thoughts with the community.
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These Surface Studio 2 alternatives are all WAY more affordable
Looking for alternatives to the Surface Studio 2? Perhaps we can help.