Microsoft makes its moves

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Microsoft makes its moves
Microsoft makes its moves

In what can be termed as a rather surprising launch, tech giant Microsoft has gone on to announce new products very recently. The main announcements concerning such news include the new Surface Laptop Go as well as a refreshed Surface Pro X. There also happen to be a number of new accessories.

The Surface Laptop Go joints the Surface Laptop family and features as a more affordable option for those who are interested in a Microsoft computer. The new notebook PC actually makes its way with a 12.4 inch PixelSense touchscreen display that makes its way with an aspect ratio of 3:2. Microsoft has even given the screen rounded corners. It also in fact happens to be the lightest Surface Laptop – weighing in at 1.110 kg. While the top happens to be aluminum, the base actually is a polycarbonate composite resin system feature with glass fiber.

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The notebook is powered by Intel’s 10th generation Core i5-1035G1 processor and makes its way with eight gigs of RAM and 256 gigs of internal storage. As far as the ports go – the Surface Laptop features with a USB-C port, a USB-A port, a surface connect port and also, a 3.5mm audio jack.

The surface laptop go actually has a 13 hour battery life, fingerprint scanner that happens to be integrated within the power button, a 720p HD camera, Omnisionic speakers with Dolby Audio, Dual far-field Studio Mics, Bluetooth 5.0, and also, Wi-Fi 6. All in all, the notebook actually measures in at 278.18 x 205.67 x 15.69 millimeters.

On the other hand, the Surface Pro X actually comes with a new processor, the Microsoft SQ2, with an Adreno 690 GPU. It makes its way with 16 gigs of RAM and features with either 256 or 512 gigs of internal storage. The rest of the specs remain unchanged from last year though.

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