Unlike the Surface Pro, the Surface Laptop launched as a version 1.0 device with very few flaws. Sure, the port selection was meager, and it is expensive, but there really wasn’t much to criticize. The Surface Laptop delivered what people had been asking Microsoft for: a traditional Surface clamshell PC the rivaled Apple’s MacBook. Just 16 months later, Microsoft is giving us the Surface Laptop 2. Like the Surface Pro 6 there’s not a lot that’s new, but the upgraded processor and new black color option make this PC even more desirable. That’s not to say all is perfect, as this refresh can easily be thought more of a Surface Laptop 1.5 rather than a full generational upgrade. Here’s why. About this Surface Laptop 2 review Microsoft supplied a loaner Surface Laptop 2 for this review. The unit tested is black with an Intel Core-i5 8250U, with 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage, priced at $1,299. The starting price of the Surface Laptop 2 is $999 (platinum only) for a Core i5 with 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage, and it maxes out with a Core i7, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage for $2,699 in platinum…. Read full this story
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