After weeks of rumors, Microsoft finally took the wraps off of the student-focused Surface Laptop at its education event today. In a reveal reminiscent of the Surface Studio, the Laptop was introduced with a virtual fly-through of the device coming together. If you're down for reliving the video once more, you can check it out again below:
For a little more on what went into the craftsmanship of the Surface Laptop, Microsoft also showed off a deep dive into how each piece of the device was designed. Check it out below:
The Surface Laptop is set to up for pre-order shortly starting at $999. Available in four separate colors — Platinum, Burgundy, Cobalt Blue and Graphite Gold — the Surface Laptop is due to ship starting June 15.
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