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Exactly five years ago to the day, Microsoft released it first Surface device aimed at consumers, then known only as "Microsoft Surface," but it eventually became known as the "Surface RT." It started a Windows revolution.
One of the most compelling things about Microsoft's Surface Pro 2-in-1s is the ability to use the devices in multiple modes, including as a laptop, tablet and even a desktop PC when connected to a monitor, keyboard and mouse.
This week, consumer reviews site Consumer Reports issued a scathing report on Microsoft's Surface lineup of PCs, calling into question the entire brand's reliability and removing its "recommended" designation for all Surfaces.
In its annual reliability study, trusted recommendations company Consumer Reports blasted Microsoft's Surface lineup of PCs and removed its "recommended" designation for all Surfaces, according to reports.
Microsoft purposefully chose to use Italian-made Alcantara fabric on its Signature Type Cover for the Surface Pro and now on the new Surface Laptop, and it’s become a well-known feature of the Surface brand.