Unless you are not a caveman, you know Microsoft. The company has risen to the top with its Windows operating system. For years, they have been adorning the pole position in the popularity of computer platforms. Before Android disrupted the gadget arena, Microsoft held a significant share of all the operating system market.
In case you don’t know, the brand also is an OEM, with quite a few devices releasing each year. The then CEO Steve Balmer announced the arrival of the first Surface back in 2012. It was an attempt to integrate their own software with in-house hardware. And now, they have released three new products under the same series.
Microsoft Surface Laptop 3, Surface Pro 7 and Pro X Goes Live
You know macOS isn’t available to every laptop. Apple has its own hardware for it. Yeah, they focus on the effective use of the resource. Owing to the same, we witness refined performance on a MacBook as compared to its Windows counterpart. However, not everybody can afford to have a MacBook. That’s how we end up buying a computer running on Microsoft Windows.
Nonetheless, Microsoft didn’t choose to go with budget-sensitive users with their offerings. Of course, their products also is on the higher side in terms of pricing. Let’s put everything for the time being and have a look at the latest laptops.
As the name indicated, Surface Laptop 3 is the successor of Surface Laptop 2. You can buy it in two different sizes; 15-inch and 13.5-inch. Inside the former, you can find an AMD Ryzen processor whereas, in the latter, you will get Intel 10th Gen Ice Lake chipset. Both the variants offer a touch screen display.
In comparison with the predecessor, one of the notable changes is the arrival of USB Type-C port. Also, a USB-A port and a 3.5-mm audio jack are present. The price starts from USD 999 (approx Rs 71,000). The pre-order starts on October 22 in the US.
Surface Pro 7 is a two-in-one PC. The design resembles its predecessor. And, it also gets a new USB Type-C port. There are Intel i3, i5, and i7 configurations available. The price starts from USD 749 (approx Rs 53,000). The display measures 12.3-inch in size and comes in two colors (Black and Silver).
Surface Pro X is somewhat similar to Pro 7, with a detachable keyboard. Still, the chipset inside is not made by Intel, but Qualcomm. Yeah, it borrows the processing power from Qualcomm Surface Q1. The device is lightweight and bears minimum bezels. The price begins at USD 999 (approx Rs 71,000).