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Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 (Black): The Review

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Tech specs
Dimensions 12.13” x 8.79” x .57” (308.1 mm x 223.27 mm x 14.48 mm) Storage2 Solid-state drive (SSD) options: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB
Screen: 13.5” PixelSense™ Display
Resolution: 2256 x 1504 (201 PPI)
Aspect ratio: 3:2
3.4 million pixels
Surface Pen* enabled
Touch: 10 point multi-touch
Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
Battery life Up to 14.5 hours of local video playback1
Memory 8GB or 16GB RAM Graphics
Intel® UHD Graphics 620 (i5)
Intel® UHD Graphics 620 (i7)
Processor Intel® Core™ 8th Gen i5 or i7 Connections
1 x full-size USB 3.0
3.5 mm headphone jack
Mini DisplayPort
1 x Surface Connect port
Compatible with Surface Dial off-screen interaction*
TPM 2.0 chip for enterprise security
Enterprise-grade protection with Windows Hello face sign-in
Cameras, video, and audio
Windows Hello face authentication camera (front-facing)
720p HD camera (front-facing)
Stereo microphones
Omnisonic Speakers with Dolby® Audio™ Premium
Windows 10 Home
Microsoft Office 365 30-day trial
Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac compatible
Bluetooth Wireless 4.1 technology
Sensors Ambient light sensor Exterior
Casing: Aluminum
Colors: Burgundy, Platinum, Cobalt Blue, Black3
Physical buttons: Volume, Power
What’s in the box
Surface Laptop 2
Power Supply
Quick Start Guide
Safety and warranty documents
Warranty 1-year limited hardware warranty
i5: 2.76 lbs (1,252 g)
i7: 2.83 lbs (1,283 g)
Best-in-class support from Microsoft Store
30-day return policy
90 days of free technical phone support
12 months in-store support and technical assistance
1 free training session to transfer data and optimize performance

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27 thoughts on “Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 (Black): The Review

  1. I love my Surface Laptop 2, and not adicted to USB-C as others; but i will miss it once in a while. But Mini Displayport to HDMI/Display adapter and a USB hub is basically all i need. I don't use the card reader.. and with the rest basically being positive, it's an absolutely joy to use for work and chill.
    I recommend.
    I got the 512GB/16GB edition, and it's a compact good quality powerhouse!

  2. Would this be a better laptop than the Dell XPS 13 for school? I'm a computer science major so I'll be doing coding.. It's either between The Microsoft surface laptop 2, Dell XPS 13 or LG Gram.. Lmk guys I'll be buying soon
    Thanks in advance

  3. can i plug in my iPhone charger to the Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 ? is there a slot for iphone chargers and USB used for school???

  4. You deserve far more likes as the way you reviewed it's far better than others
    U almost covered all the specs very impressively

  5. I got the original laptop version 1 and not the Surface 2 but paid a flat $500 for the 8GB RAM/256 SSD. That said, trying to find a docking hub that just clips on without having to use a cable is a HUGE PROBLEM! Considering the plethora of inexpensive cabled adapters out there, has anyone found one that simply snaps onto the side thus providing everything nominally required? Please help me as being somewhat bed-ridden from spinal cancer complications, I don't have the income resources to pay stupid prices for what costs pennies on the dollar to build (I sold hi-end consumer electronics for 25-years and kinda know the game). Any takers on helping a guy find a rare item? In advance, many thanks!

  6. I recently got this for my wife, since I already have a Surface Book (1st gen) and she needed something for work/home.
    Comparing it to the Surface Book, I would break it like this:

    – Display: while having a tad less resolution and a tad less brightness (just one brightness step of difference in the windows setting), the display feels just as good as the one on the Surface Book. And for some legacy apps, the resolution might be even better with compatibility for text and button sizes.
    – Sound: the Book has, IMO, very clear and adequate set of speakers, that allows me to enjoy movies, youtube and music on a room, however, during the day when the noise near my home is annoying, my Surface lives on the 90% audio settings so I can properly hear the content, this is not a major letdown, specially since the little space the speaker have inside the tablet, but something to consider. As for the Surface Laptop 2, the loudness is definitely twice of that of the book, and the bass, as mentioned in this video, is actually present which is surprising for this kind of laptop. I have unscientifically measure the volume of each and they are comparable when the SB is at 80~90% and the SL2 is at around 40%. Now the bass makes it more enjoyable for movies and music, but no so much for youtube videos, commentary and the likes.
    – Keyboard & Trackpad: I would consider this part to be on equal footing… and it all comes down to your personal feeling towards having metal or fabric as your palm-rests. Both will eventually smudge, my SB already have some marks from dust or tiny dents and the SL2 will probably wear down overtime, just enjoy it during its lifetime and don't worry to much about this. As for the typing and tracking experience is, IMO, the best on Windows.
    – Battery life: its about on par with each other… my Surface Book has already about 15% of battery capacity degradation, due to a couple of years of constant use, 3D modeling heavy programs that causes heat when rendering, and many cycles… (over 500) However with ~84% of its design capacity, it still lasts me around 7 hours of Youtube, over 10 hours of local video playback. As for the laptop is early to tell, but it seems to last the entire workday of my wife while using it for Office suite apps, PDF, emails and such.
    – Cameras: is no contest, the SL2 has a good camera when you compare it to the 98% of other windows laptops out there, however the SB and the SP line have better cameras (front and rear) with higher MP count. The rear camera is actually useful for me in lectures and classrooms when taking notes and you want to take a picture of some demonstration or the whiteboard, should have been present on the SL2.

    I would personally recommend both of those Surface Lines, along with the Pro for anybody looking for a tablet first device, and while they are not perfect, specially with certain quality and design defects, they are a pleasure to use. Also it is great to only have one company to deal with, when you need assistance.

  7. Hi, I am contemplating which to buy between this and the macbook pro 13" i5. I am not a mac user and all of my laptops before were all windows.

  8. don't care about the type-c, my last macbook was pain in the ass with the dongle… now i can finally use my harddrive without anything dangling!

  9. What turns me off about this laptop is the fact that the battery is not replaceable and it’s not repairable at all. I love everything else about it except that, as it won’t last more than 2 years before the battery eventually craps out, and I would like a laptop that can last at least 5 years, which would require periodic battery replacements. Does anyone have any recommendations similar to this one but repairable?

  10. The lack of ports almost scared me away but the build quality and internals were enough for me to go with it. It's perfect for productivity work and that's what I need.

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