And if Microsoft recently introduced the operating system for schools: Windows 10 S, now it's the turn of the laptop with which they want to occupy part of the market occupied by Chromebooks: the Surface Laptop.
It is a mix between Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, based on Windows 10 S, of course, so they can only run apps from the Windows Store.
Available in platinum, burgundy, cobalt blue and graphite gold, and with a 13.5-inch screen, it has a keyboard equal to that of the company's convertible tablets. The screen has a 3: 2 aspect ratio, and Microsoft presumes it is the thinnest LCD model ever created for a laptop. The screen is even compatible with Microsoft's Surface Pen, so you can draw on the screen just like on other devices.
In the video we can see that they have concentrated quite a bit on the finish, offering an elegant device, although its destination is its use in schools:
When it comes to connections, it uses a USB-A port for data, a mini DisplayPort for connection to external monitors, and the same power connector used by the Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4.
Without a doubt, a strong bet with which they can stand up to the unstoppable ChromeBooks.
Here you can see them in presale, for prices that start at $ 999.