The new Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 (15-inch) ought to have been an extraordinary new contribution. As the first flagship laptop armed with an AMD Ryzen processor, we had high trusts in it. With the introduction of the new AMD Ryzen Surface Edition CPU, the AMD and Microsoft coordinated effort flags a potential ocean change from the traditional Intel contributions.
Unfortunately, it’s not the exciting new laptop we were seeking after. Considering all the flexibility and power that its competitors have had the option to offer right now, Surface Laptop 3 just appears to be a bit disappointing. Microsoft doesn’t exploit its bigger structure factor, with only two ports, a standard-sized trackpad and, for reasons unknown, base terminating speakers.
Processor: Intel Core i5 or i7 (10th Gen, Ice Lake)
Memory: Up to 1TB M.2 NVME SSD, RAM Up to 16GB of LPDDR4X, 3733MHz (non-upgradable)
Screen size: 13.5-inch, 2256 x 1504 (201 PPI) touchscreen, 3:2 aspect ratio
Battery type: Microsoft outfits all of the Surface Laptop 3 models with just a 46 Wh battery, which is slightly smaller than the one in the Surface Laptop 2, and all despite this 15-inch model being physically larger.
- All-day power in a hurry, with up to 11.5 hours of battery life, plus standby time when you are away
- Available in two sizes – 13.5 Inch or improved bigger 15 Inch PixelSense. Show with an intuitive touchscreen and razor-sharp resolution
- Clean, elegant design – thin and light, beginning at simply 1.2 kg, Surface Laptop 3 is easy to convey and browse rich tone-on-tone shading mixes: Matte Black, Cobalt Blue, and Platinum
- More approaches to the interface, with USB-C and USB-A ports for connecting to displays, docking stations and more, as well as accessory charging and improved speed and execution to do what you want, with the processors
- Including sans password windows hi facial recognition sign-in and secure cloud storage with completely coordinated OneDrive
- The screen has this auto-darkening and auto change of contrast if it’s not connected which is exceptionally irritating and you can’t turn it off. Furthermore, the screen was shaky and wobbled a lot.
Despite its defects, I like the Surface Laptop 3 15. I feel like the presentation is the ideal size. As I said before, I’ve never thought about 3:2 displays, because they tend to not be as wide as 16:9 screens, and I need apps to run next to each other. But this screen is the width of a traditional 14-inch laptop, which makes it fine; it’s simply taller, giving me extra real estate.