Microsoft is giving out some amazing laptops in the recent past with the “Surface” line-up. The power performance-packed laptops with ultimate Windows experience gives a complete package a laptop could have asked for.
Whereas these laptops are not that pocket-friendly. They really suck up the pockets. I am all game for the performance and quality of the product but don’t want to lose on the money part too.
So what is the best way? Well if you’re the one who just wants the best performance of Windows laptops for Gaming, Programming, and other computing tasks with a little bit of mobility, then invest in an entry-level or mid-level Gaming laptop. As performance and experience of Windows will gonna be the same on a Surface laptop and a Gaming laptop.
Microsoft Surface laptops are always in buzz as these are the most premium based Windows laptops. Just like Google and Apple, Microsoft is offering the perfect blend of OS with hardware for best performance. Recently Microsoft launched a budget business laptop Surface Laptop Go.
Now the pricing of this budget laptop is quite a whopping $549.99 that actually makes you buy it. Once you look at the configuration of this line up you will crave it like you’re pizza hungry. Surface Laptop Go 12.4″ multi-touch screen PixelSense display with a resolution of 1536 x 1024 (148 PPI) and 3:2 aspect ratio. It is thicker than its previous generation of Surface laptops, yet it is lightweight 2.44 lbs (1,110 g). It comes with Bluetooth 5, 13 hours of battery backup, Intel UHD Graphics, 4GB/8GB RAM, 64/128/256 GB storage, and most importantly Intel 10th Gen i-processors. Continue reading “Microsoft @Surface Laptop Go: a budget friendly laptop from @Microsoft?”