Several new Surface devices are now available in India. The Surface Pro X, Surface Pro 7, and both sizes of the Surface Laptop 3 can now be purchased through retail and online partners, as well as authorized resellers.
Just a few years ago, you could either choose color-accurate glossy screens, or washed out matte ones. But in 2020, the new rage is "anti-reflective", which brings the best of both worlds together. So why isn't Microsoft leading the pack in screen technology, and instead, are falling behind Dell and HP?
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, what seemed to be a slow news week turned into plenty to talk about! Microsoft is looking into reports from some Surface Laptop 3 owners about cracked screens, and another round of update problem affected some Windows 10 users. All that, and more.
A subset of Surface Laptop 3 owners report that their screens have cracked, seemingly through no fault of their own. Microsoft says it is aware of the reports and "investigating the root cause of the claims."
Both the Intel and AMD versions of the Surface Laptop 3 have a new firmware update to close out the month of January. The update includes several bug fixes and improvements for both versions of the laptop.
I’ve been using the Surface Laptop 3 since it launched in October last year, specifically, the 15-inch variant with an Intel Core i7 processor inside. It’s been three months since then, and I wanted to provide an update on how things are going and whether or not the Surface Laptop 3 is worth an upgrade from a first or second-generation Surface Laptop.
Microsoft has numerous Surface devices available and the Surface Laptop 3 and Surface Book 2 and such fine examples that it's often difficult to choose between the two. This is where our guide comes in.
The Surface Laptop 3 (13.5- and 15-inch) and Surface Pro X each have firmware updates rolling out. The updates come with general fixes and improvements, including a hibernation fix for the Surface Pro X.
If you've hit some issues with slow Wi-Fi on your Surface Pro 7 or Surface Laptop 3, you're not alone. There are several reports of both devices suffering from the issue after waking from sleep, but there may be a workaround.
If you own a Surface Pro 7 or new Surface Laptop 3 13.5 you may have noticed the display shifts in contrast when jumping between black and white apps. Don't worry, adaptive contrast has been around for ages, but you can easily disable it. Learn what it is and how to control it with this simple guide.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden talk about Microsoft's Q1 earnings along with forthcoming updates to Windows 10 before diving into their reviews of Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3, and more.
The Surface Laptop 3 15-inch earned some decent reviews this week but also seemed a bit underwhelming overall. However, Microsoft also refreshed its 13.5-inch version for 2019. We picked one up to give it a spin, and our first impressions are, well ... impressive.