So Microsoft at its #MicrosoftEDU event in New York City launched the new Surface Laptop, the latest in the Surface line of devices by Microsoft. By all measures it is an ordinary laptop; nothing overly grand about it, except the fact it could be the best device among other regular laptops. But before we get to that, let us look at the specifications:
Surface Laptop features
It comes running the new Windows 10 S (a version of Windows 10 tailor-made for students and teachers and runs only apps from the Store). If this version of Windows doesn’t work for you, you can switch to Windows 10 Pro for free before Dec 31, 2017; but Windows 10 S comes with one year Office 365 Personal subscription for free.
It has a 13.5-inch touchscreen display with 2256×1504 (201 ppi) resolutions, with Corning Gorilla Glass protection and Surface Pen support. It runs on the 7th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7 chip and RAM options of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB. For storage, it have 128GB, 256GB, 512GB SSD options.
As for the Graphics, the Surface Laptop comes with the Intel HD …read more
Read more here:: The new Microsoft Surface Laptop vs. MacBooks – Specs Comparison