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Microsoft Surface Go with LTE Advanced

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ABox Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Starter kit

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Rowenta Intense Air Pure Purifier

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Casper Dog Bed

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2018 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Plus PHEV Driver

Dyson Pure Cool HEPA Air Purifier and Fan

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ScoopFree Original Self Cleaning Litter Box

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Google Pixel Buds

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Entries in Windows 10 S (3)


Review: Microsoft Surface Laptop

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

After years of Surface and Surface Pro tablets refining the 2-in-1 segment and advancing Windows 10’s touch-first interface, introducing the powerful Surface Book, Microsoft has released an all-new premium notebook with its very own version of Windows 10 called Windows 10 S. 

At first glance, the Surface Laptop seems to be everything that anyone clamouring for a Microsoft made, non-detachable all-day laptop, has wished for.

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Microsoft going after Apple's notebook market in the guise of offering education solution for students

Looking at the Surface Laptops, they look very much like machines that could fit Apple's notebook niche nicely. They're thin and light, geared towards style-conscious users (Burgundy notebook, sweet!), yet Microsoft claims they are more powerful than last year's MacBook Pros and they have better battery life while being thinner and lighter.

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Microsoft today held an education event where it launched various initiatives towards strengthening its position in the educational space. The introduced Windows 10 S, a secure version of Windows that relies purely on the Microsoft Store to download and manage apps. The laptops aren't coming to Canada until 'later this year'.

Microsoft also introduced their first bona fide notebook, the Surface Laptop, which starts at US $999, features Core i5 and i7 processors, a touch display for Pen input, 14-hours of battery life, a striking seamless premium design that incorporates unibody enclosure with a colourful cloth covered keyboards and a variety of sexy colours. While Windows 10 S, looks like a better option to Chrome OS, specially if it can run on low-priced (sub $400) notebooks built for education, the Surface Laptop is clearly Microsoft's latest thrust into Apple's notebook market.

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Microsoft's Surface Notebook leaks ahead of tomorrow's Education Event

Even Microsoft isn't immune to monumental product leaks as its awaited Surface Laptop seems to have been outed just a day before an education-focused event. Several renders of the new line of notebookswere shared on Twitter by @WalkingCat hours ago. 

This is Microsoft's first true Notebook (the Surface Book is a 2-in-1), and it appears to be a 13.5-inch laptop in classic clamshell fashion. Judging from the photos, the Surface Notebook is a cross between the Surface Book and the various Type Cover keyboards of the Surface Pro 4. The leaks state 4 colours (Platinum/Burgundy/Cobalt Blue/Graphite Gold), Alcantara-covered keyboards and Windows S.

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