Many Surface fans appear to be confused as to why Microsoft is releasing the new Surface Laptop, so we thought we'd set the record straight.
If you’re looking to get your hands on the new Surface Laptop with maxed-out specs, it looks like you won’t have to wait quite as long as originally anticipated.
Both the new Surface Pro and Surface Laptop just hit the streets this week, and both have now gone under the knife (so to speak) in iFixit’s obligatory tech teardown.
Though initially only available on a single model in the U.S., Microsoft has announced that Surface Laptop’s more colorful options are coming to 17 new markets.
Microsoft has finally made the high-end Surface Laptop with 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage and a Core i7 processor available in cobalt blue and burgundy for those in the States.
Does Windows 10 S really have better performance than Windows 10 Pro? Yes, and no. Here's what you need to know.
Why would schools buy a $1,000+ Surface Laptop with Windows 10 S? That's the wrong question, but because of Microsoft's bungled messaging on May 2 many are asking it. Here is why it's wrong.
New Surface products all but confirmed thanks to leaked marketing image revealed just hours before announcement.
If you always wanted a Surface Laptop but didn't want to break the bank this may be the deal for you.
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