You already know that Windows makes it easier to create, to collaborate and to do the things that bring you joy. But you might not know that Microsoft also makes the perfect Windows devices for work, for creativity and for play. They’re called Surface, and you’re going to love what they can do for you.
With Microsoft Surface PCs, you don’t have to compromise between power and portability or between connectivity and creativity. That’s because there’s a Surface for everybody, and for every kind of computing.
If you like the familiar form of traditional laptops, you’ll love the Surface Laptop range with its good looks, powerful processors and superb screens. And if you fancy something more flexible without sacrificing performance, you’ll flip at the go-anywhere, do-anything Surface Go and Surface Pro.
Which one will you love the most?
Surface Go and Surface Pro: do anything anywhere
The Surface Go and Surface Pro are 2-in-1 devices. At first glance they look like laptops, and they are – very good ones, in fact, with comfortable keyboards and fast, responsive touchscreens. But look again and you’ll see that the keyboards are removable and the kickstands are completely adjustable, so you can move from laptop to tablet and any point in between for maximum comfort and convenience. And because they use the Surface Pen and Surface Slim Pen 2, they’re great for creating art or just scribbling notes in a lecture or meeting.
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The smallest Surface is the incredibly portable Surface Go 3, whose 10.5-inch touchscreen makes it big enough for big projects but small enough to slip in a bag or use comfortably while commuting. There’s up to 11 hours of battery life, plenty of storage and front and rear 1080p HD cameras for video calls and capturing your travels.
The Surface Pro and Surface Pro X are bigger – their screens are 13 inches – but they’re still perfectly portable. In addition to their powerful processors you can configure the Pro X with up to 512GB of fast SSD storage and the Pro with a whopping 1TB, and with up to 16 hours battery in the Pro there’s more than enough stamina for even the toughest days. In addition to the 1080p HD front-facing camera there’s a crystal-clear 4K camera on the back for even better photos and videos so you’ll look your best in selfies and video calls alike.
Surface Laptops: portable, powerful performers
The Surface Laptop Go and Surface Laptop 4 are amazing all-rounders with bright, colourful touchscreens, powerful processors and lots of options – so for example you can get the Surface Laptop Go with a 12.4-inch display, 10th-Gen Intel Core i5 and up to 256GB of storage, or you can max out the Surface Laptop 4 by opting for the 15-inch touchscreen, an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 7, AMD Radeon Graphics and up to 1TB of storage. But even if you go for the most powerful configuration possible you won’t need to worry about battery life: the maxed-out Surface Laptop 4 gets a spectacular 17.5 hours before it’s time for a top-up.
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If you thought the Surface Laptops were pretty incredible, wait until you see what the Surface Laptop Studio can do. With its 11th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, up to 32GB of memory and up to 2TB of storage, not to mention the option of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphics it’s a high-powered performer – and it’s as clever as it’s powerful thanks to its innovative hinged display. That ultra-sharp 14.4-inch touchscreen can sit like a normal laptop, can come forward for media watching or presentations and can fold fully flat to turn your Surface Laptop Studio into a huge and hugely powerful creative canvas for your Surface Slim Pen 2. And with 18 hours battery in the i7 and 19 in the i5 model, your Surface Laptop Studio is always ready when inspiration strikes.
The perfect partner for your perfect portable PC
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