- The launch of Surface Laptop 4 has been established on 27 April and you can already preorder it.
- Compared to its predecessor, in terms of design, there are not so many noticeable changes.
- The Surface Laptop 4 comes with the same 2 processor options: AMD and Intel.
- Thanks to the RAM and storage options, Microsoft is pitching as a gaming option as well.
Starting 27 April the new Surface Laptop 4 will be available for purchase but you can also pre-order it if you want to be among the first ones to have it.
For the looks of it, it seems that Microsoft’s aiming to rival other thin and light PCs we’ve already been accustomed to designed by Apple, Acer, and Huawei.
Looking at the Surface Laptop 4 design there isn’t any notable difference compared to its predecessor while also offering the same 13.5-in and 15-in size options.
Where can I buy the Surface Laptop 4?
As of the writing of this article, the Surface Laptop 4 is available to pre-order via the Microsoft Store, and any pre-orders by 26 April will receive a free pair of Surface Earbuds.
If you live in the US, here’s a list of retailers that currently stocked up on the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4:
Is upgrading to the Surface Lapto 4 worth it?
Surface Laptop 4 comes with some minor updates, although in the long run, they do make a difference which is why purchasing it is something worth considering.
The 19 hours of battery life on a single charge is quite impressive and even more, the 15in version can get 16.5hours according to Microsoft.
The Surface Laptop 4 is generous when it comes to the available RAM and storage options 32GB of RAM and 1TB of storage – which seems to make it a candidate for lighter games at least.
One of the most noticeable features is the option to choose between Intel and AMD processors that are available for both 13.5in (2256×1504) and 15in (2496×1664) models.
Have you pre-ordered your own Surface Laptop 4?
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