Surface Laptop -Starting from £959 at Microsoft Store
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Surface Laptop -Starting from £959 at Microsoft Store

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Found 24th Feb
£881.10 Special pricing for eligible students, parents and teachers.

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  • Four tone-on-tone color combinations¹ and sleek, elegant design
  • Luxurious Alcantara material-covered keyboard
  • Ultra-thin and light laptop fits easily in your bag
  • Breeze through tasks with a powerful Intel Core processor
  • Up to 14.5 hours battery life[5] for all-day power on the go
  • Discreetly hidden Omnisonic speakers with Dolby Audio Premium sound
  • Designed for Windows 10 S², streamlined for security and superior performance
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I use one of these as my windows laptop alongside MBP touch

battery life is excellent
I think the alcantara is a terrible idea - a bit like matte finish cars. Looks great for the first few days/weeks, looks worn and tatty very fast.

At this price point I would honestly be looking at Surface Book or Xiaomi Notebook Air/Pro because of the discrete graphics. And that Windows 10 S (RT v2) sounds like Microsoft just haven’t learned...
plewis0024th Feb

I think the alcantara is a terrible idea - a bit like matte finish cars. …I think the alcantara is a terrible idea - a bit like matte finish cars. Looks great for the first few days/weeks, looks worn and tatty very fast.At this price point I would honestly be looking at Surface Book or Xiaomi Notebook Air/Pro because of the discrete graphics. And that Windows 10 S (RT v2) sounds like Microsoft just haven’t learned...


I'm pretty sure that you can choose to use Pro instead with the Surface range, at no extra cost
rprp22 m ago

I'm pretty sure that you can choose to use Pro instead with the Surface …I'm pretty sure that you can choose to use Pro instead with the Surface range, at no extra cost


They say that ended on 31/12/17 on their website but I could be wrong as I haven't really followed it.
plewis0020 m ago

They say that ended on 31/12/17 on their website but I could be wrong as I …They say that ended on 31/12/17 on their website but I could be wrong as I haven't really followed it.


Really? If so then I agree with you, S is ridiculous. My Pro box says S but it was Pro on it. Go figure
rprp14 m ago

Really? If so then I agree with you, S is ridiculous. My Pro box says S …Really? If so then I agree with you, S is ridiculous. My Pro box says S but it was Pro on it. Go figure


The Surface Pro (if that's what you mean), didn't have S preinstalled.

Anyway I just read this so maybe it is still free to switch, no way would I run 10S on my machine. I'm sure RT was secure because it ran an ARM CPU as well (and no one really liked it).
theregister.co.uk/201…er/
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