Save $576 on Microsoft's Surface Laptop Studio this Amazon Prime Day

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It's Prime Day, and with it comes a big sale on Microsoft's new Surface Laptop Studio! Today only, you can grab the Surface Laptop Studio with an Intel Core i7, 32GB RAM, and 1TB SSD storage for just $2,123 at Amazon. Keep in mind that this model usually goes for $2,699, so you're saving $576 if you buy one today! The entry-level model is on sale with an Intel Core i5 for $1,399, too.

Surface Laptop Studio is the replacement for Microsoft's older Surface Book line, with a larger 14.4-inch display, 11th-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, and up to 32GB RAM with 2TB storage. It also has an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 on the inside for excellent graphics performance when video editing or gaming.

Get a Surface Laptop Studio this Amazon Prime Day

Surface Laptop Studio | $2,699 $2,123 at Amazon

Surface Laptop Studio | $2,699 $2,123 at Amazon
Get a Surface Laptop Studio with 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD storage, and an Intel Core i7 for $700 off today only for Amazon Prime Day. This is Microsoft's flagship laptop, so don't pass it up! 

Additionally, Surface Laptop Studio is the first Surface device to feature a haptic trackpad below the keyboard, which uses a vibration engine underneath the touchpad to simulate a physical click but without moving the trackpad at all. It also has an excellent keyboard, and ships with Windows 11 out of the box.

Finally, Surface Laptop Studio has a unique convertible design that allows the screen to be pulled forward and laid flat over the keyboard deck, creating a makeshift "studio" for inking or tablet use. Pretty neat!

Stay tuned to Windows Central for the next few days as we're rounding up all the best Prime Day laptop deals and Prime Day monitor deals too if you're really looking to upgrade your computing setup.

Zac Bowden
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