Microsoft’s Surface lineup features the company’s vision for premiere Windows 10 experiences. The Surface Laptop (starting at $999) is a standard clamshell notebook, while the Surface Pro (starting at $799) is a 2-in-1 with a detachable keyboard.
But these two machines do have other differences, including in battery life, included ports and even the available configurations. So which one should you get?
Talk about a family resemblance. It’s not surprising that the Surface Laptop and Surface Pro look familiar, because they come from the same line of products. Both of them have slightly curved edges with the same 3:2 screen ratio. Both also use Alcantara fabric, which is soft to the touch, on their keyboards. The Laptop has it on the built-in keyboard, while the Surface Laptop’s optional-but-not-really-optional Type Cover also uses the high-end fabric.
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