Microsoft Surface 笔记本 铂金 Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB
- Microsoft Surface Laptop features a 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor, 256 GB of storage, 8 GB RAM, and up to 14.5 hours of video playback
- Backed by the best of Microsoft, including Windows and Office
- Sleek, elegant design; ultra-thin and light laptop fits easily in your bag
- Luxurious Alcantara fabric-covered keyboard
Performance made personal Go beyond the traditional laptop with Surface Laptop. It's backed by the best of Microsoft, including Windows and Office, and delivers a natural typing experience enhanced by our signature Alcantara fabric-covered keyboard. Thin, light, and powerful, it fits easily in your bag. The best of Windows and Office Surface Laptop is designed for Windows 10 S-streamlined for security and superior performance. Enjoy the Windows you know, Microsoft-verified apps delivered via the Windows Store, and the convenience of the cloud. Beautifully designed and crafted Surface Laptop complements your personal style with the blend of texture, subtle details, and clean lines. Feel the luxurious touch of our Alcantara covered keyboard. The soft, durable fabric is created to easily wipe clean and offers a comfortable typing experience. Four rich tone-on-tone color combinations Clean and elegant, Surface Laptop complements your style with a choice of four rich tone-on-tone color combinations-Platinum, Burgundy, Cobalt Blue, and Graphite Gold. The perfect balance of portability and performance At just 2.7 pounds, Surface Laptop fits easily in your bag and includes a 7th Gen Intel Core processor to handle demanding desktop programs. Type comfortably with the soft palm rest, responsive keyboard, and large trackpad. And, enjoy immersive Dolby Audio Premium sound. A stunning screen that responds to your touch Experience faster, easier, more natural navigation-with razor-sharp resolution for photographs, videos, and presentations-on the vibrant 13.5-inch PixelSense Display with touchscreen. Enjoy more space for your ideas with an edge-to-edge display and ultra-thin bezel. Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation. Manufacturer Part Number: DAJ-00001. Brand Name: Microsoft. Product Line: Surface. Product Name: Surface Notebook. Product Type: Notebook. [Additional Product Sp
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However, the main purpose of this review is not about the laptop’s performance, design etc... its about how I got scammed and was sent a laptop with specs that I didn’t order.
So the story goes like this, i get on amazon, I add a Microsoft surface laptop (i5, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD) to my cart, i place the order, several days later I get the package, i set up the laptop started checking it out. I had a feeling that i should check out the computer’s spec, you know just curious. I was shocked when i found out that the specs of the laptop were (i5, 4 GB RAM and 128 GB SSD!!!!!!!) i was really confused, i double check the label on the back of the box and saw that it says (i5, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD), but the laptop has different specs, and what is more confusing is that the serial number of the laptop matches the number on the box. So to me it seemed like it was an attempt to pull a quick one on me. I ended up returning the laptop of course... I am still disappointed that such scam attempts could happen on amazon!
Check your laptops everyone! Don’t get scammed like i did.
This is, by far, the best computer of any sort, Mac or otherwise, that I have ever touched, seen, owned or used. It's just perfect in every way.
The hardware design is beautiful. It has a solidness to it that feels Apple or Mercedes quality. The screen is beautiful, touch, and it's fast.
Battery life is great, performance is great, the keyboard has a perfect travel distance and click for those of us that are rapid typists-- you won't be disappointed.
It has "real" usb connectivity which is so uncommon these days. The touchpad is glass and sensitive enough that I will use it. Previously Mac was the only computer with a good enough touchpad that I was willing/able to give up a wireless mouse.
I could not be more pleased with this computer, I love it to the end of the world and back. I never thought I'd be considered a fanboy of any product, but here I am.
UPDATE: Apparently I was sent a lemon. It blue-screen crashed multiple times in the span of 1 week, even after a clean install of Windows 10. The laptop also seemed to overheat with chrome open on 2 tabs and spotify in the background. I checked to see what processes were running in the task manager, but none were drawing too much RAM or CPU usage. I had to return my Surface Laptop which is a shame because it is such an attractive product.
Alcantara Keyboard and other thoughts on design: The thin and premium design is one of the biggest selling points for the Surface Laptop (SL). This is a device that is built to last and will make your friends envy. You can open the lid with one finger. In many ways, Microsoft has tried and matched the build quality of Macbook laptops. The surprise in the Surface Laptop is the incorporation of the alcantara material around the keyboard. Alcantara, for the uninitiated, is a special material that Microsoft has been using since its Signature type covers of the Surface Pro 4's. It is the same material as used in luxurious car interiors. Sounds wonderful. But unlike car interiors, we will be resting our palms and wrists on the alcantara covers surrounding the trackpad. So, how long can alcantara last? A few searches on YouTube shows that alcantara can suffer from some wear and tears, and you can get some unsightly stains from your sweat or if you use some lotions or if your hands are busying typing while trying to apply makeup at the same time. Microsoft recommends treating this as any luxurious good and promises that the material has a better/more stain resistant finish compared to the previous keyboards. Personally, I think this is a daring step by Microsoft but I would prefer to have a metal based area around the keyboard.
"Is this worth all your beer money?" and other thoughts on performance: As others have already mentioned, this is a really nice laptop in terms of performance... but only if you get the i5, 8GB version. It's not that you can't get by with 4GB of RAM, it is just that you are investing over $1000 in a computer, so you want it to last a few years.. and 8GB RAM will get you there whereas 4GB will have you staring at that little hourglass next to the mouse pointer for a long time. Okay, so that effectively puts you in the $1299 and up range. Comparable laptops would run you.... Actually, there isn't a single comparable Windows laptop out there. I think we usually like to compare computers based on the components used inside, but we forget a lot of the other things that make a laptop an enjoyable, productive experience. In this case, we have a ridiculously high definition, multi-touch screen that can take pen input with varying amount of pressure. This has a 3:2 aspect ratio that is outstanding (read: more vertical space) for browsing the web and reading when compared to the ubiquitous 16:9 ratio that makes your neck strain. Then there is the nice battery life and that, if you live close to one, you will have in person support at the Microsoft Store. When you add all of those things together, you get a one-of-a-kind laptop that does not have a match yet. Having used several laptops and tablets, I can tell you that these little things matter to me (a student who is constantly reading, annotating PDFs, taking notes and on the go). To me, this is totally worth the price... especially if you use the Microsoft student pricing.
Why didn't Microsoft put in some USB-C ports? For those who are unfamiliar, USB-C is the future of USB connectors... in the most simplistic terms, think of it as a reversible USB cable (but it has some other cool features too like faster data transfer speeds). Many tech reviewers and enthusiasts were perplexed, to put it lightly, when the new Surface Laptop and the Surface Pro did not include this promise of future. Panos Panay, the man in charge of the Surface line, puts it best when he says that the world of USB-C is still too confusing. What he means is that some USB-C have Thunderbolt capabilities while others may not, some accessories may work well with USB-C cables and some may not, and lots of older technology may not play nice with USB-C. This creates a big headache for the consumer. If I buy a nice laptop, I want to be able to plug it in to whatever device I need and expect it to work. More importantly, this device is geared to the education market, and Panos made a point in the unveiling that the strength of the laptop and Windows 10S is that it can work with most of the peripherals that teachers use for teaching (i.e. a robotics tool kit connected via USB-A). In essence, Microsoft was faced with the question of "having something that works today" vs. "having something that will work in the future but probably not today." It was a risky move, and many have criticized for Microsoft not having both a USB-A and USB-C port. In my mind, I'm okay with not having the USB-C port. USB-C enabled accessories are not widely available yet, and I'm not very big on carrying multiple dongles. As a student, I know that the regular USB cables will work with my laptop, and that is good enough because my school has not invested to update all of their peripherals to be USB-C.
Who is this for: This is ideal for students, especially those whose majors don't require a ton of computer processing power (i.e. liberal arts studies). Engineers might want to double check their schools' recommendation before taking the plunge. If you do get this, please upgrade to Windows 10 Pro, which should be free until the end of this year.
If you are still reading this... thank you! I know there are a lot of reviews on the laptop already, so I hope answering these three questions will help you make your decision easier. I appreciate you taking the time to read my two cents, please let me know if you have any questions.