Windows 10 S is what Microsoft wants the future of Windows to be. It's a version of Windows that stays fast, secure, and is locked to the Microsoft Store for all your apps and games. Announced last year, only a handful of Windows 10 S devices have made their way to the market, with more scheduled for release this year. Most of the Windows 10 S laptops on the market today are low-end, low-cost devices, not premium ones.

Still, here's a list of devices we've found that are available to buy today with Windows 10 S. We'll update this article whenever we find more, so bookmark it and come back later to see more!

Microsoft Surface Laptop

The Microsoft Surface Laptop is the rightful king of the Windows 10 S market. Being the first device to launch with Windows 10 S, the Surface Laptop is a device designed to show the world what a Windows 10 S laptop is supposed to look like. It's a premium, straight-up laptop that has no special 2-in-1 capabilities. It's the MacBook of the Windows 10 S world, and it's great.

The base is covered in Microsoft's favorite Alcantara fabric, which gives the keyboard a unique look and feel compared to most other laptops that feature a metal design. Available in four colors, and starting at $799 shipping with an Intel Core M3, Intel Core i5, or Intel Core i7 processor, you can't go wrong with the Surface Laptop.

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ASUS VivoBook Flip 14

The Asus VivoBook Flip 14 is a relatively low-end 14-inch laptop that's also a 2-in-1. Featuring an Intel Quad-Core Celeron N3450 Processor, 64GB eMMC storage, 4GB RAM, and a 1080p display, the VivoBook is a great offering for casual users who just want to use their PC for Office, email, and web browsing. The device costs $349, much cheaper than the Surface Laptop, but still a little expensive compared to other Windows 10 S devices.

With the Vivobook 14, you're paying for the screen and design. Most sub $400 laptops have terrible screens or terrible designs, but the VivoBook features a great full HD screen and a really nice look and feel to the design. It's thin, light, and is carrying lots of ports for all your peripherals. Plus, since it's a 2-in-1, it features a 360-degree hinge and a touchscreen with pen support!

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The ASUS L402WA-EH21 (excuse the terrible name) is a low-end, low-budget Windows 10 S laptop that offers no real thrills outside of its price. For just $200, you're getting yourself a 14-inch laptop with an AMD E2-6110 1.5GHz Processor with integrated Radeon R2 graphics, 32GB eMMC Flash Storage, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and 1366x768 resolution display.

The AMD processor in this laptop is a little more punchy, but by no means is it a powerhouse. Like most Windows 10 S laptops, the ASUS L402WA-EH21 is a laptop designed for casuals who might want to use Office, check email, and browse the web on occasion. It's a relatively nice looking laptop, but offers no touch screen, and a low-resolution display. Also, this laptop also comes in an 11-inch variant, if that's something you prefer.

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ASUS VivoBook W202NA-YS02 Rugged

The ASUS VivoBook W202NA-TS02 is the rugged version of the 11-inch laptop mentioned above. This model is designed specifically for the K-12 market, and is preloaded with Windows 10 S. For $230, it features a bulky but strong build, and is packing a Intel Dual-Core Celeron N3350 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC flash storage, an 11.6 inch matte finish HD screen, HDMI, USB, HD webcam, and up to 11 hour battery life.

What's great about this laptop is that it's rugged, meaning it's designed to survive a bit of tough love here and there. It has a spill-resistant keyboard, a body that can survive drops from up to 4-feet thanks to its rubber wrapped edges, and has been built from the ground up to survive the classroom environment. If you're a student looking for a laptop for school, you can't go wrong with this.

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Acer Aspire One

The Acer Aspire One is another low-cost, low-budget Windows 10 S laptop. Featuring a Intel Celeron N3450 Quad-Core Processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB storage, and a 14-inch 1080p display. The Aspire One is yet another device for casual users who might only want to browse the web, check their email or do Office-related work. It also has a wide-array of ports, in case you need to connect a peripheral.

The Aspire One has a good design, nothing special, but good enough for $220. The best thing about this laptop is easily its screen, packing a full HD 1080p panel. You don't often come across 1080p laptops for under $300, so it's great to see that here. Otherwise, the Aspire One is a no thrills laptop that's good for light work.

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Lenovo Ideapad 120S

Just like the Acer Aspire One, the Lenovo Ideapad 120S is a low-end laptop designed for the casual user. Rocking an 11.6-inch HD display, Intel Celeron N3350, 32GB eMMC storage but only 2GB RAM, the Lenovo Ideapad 120S is the lowest-end offering on our list. The 2GB RAM might be a bit of an issue if you're someone who has multiple apps or tabs open at one time.

Still, the Ideapad 120S features a nice, streamlined and minimal design that looks great from any angle. But with a low-resolution display, no touch screen, and only 2GB RAM for £180, you might want to give this one a miss.

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Coming Soon

There are more laptops with Windows 10 S on the way from the likes of HP, Lenovo and ASUS, which target a more premium market unlike most of the Windows 10 S laptops available today. Stay tuned to Windows Central for more regarding Windows 10 S.