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Microsoft Surface Laptop: 13.5" 2256x1504, i7 7660U, 16GB DDR3, 512GB SSD EXPIRED

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Newegg Flash has Microsoft Surface Laptop (JKR-00036) on sale for $899.99. Shipping is free. Thanks hardana

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  • Intel Core i7 7th Gen 7660U 2.50GHz Processor
  • 13.5" 2256x1504 PixelSense Touchscreen Display
  • 16GB DDR3 Memory
  • 512GB Solid State Drive
  • Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640
    • 1x USB 3.0
    • 1x Mini DisplayPort
  • WiFi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.1
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
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It seems there is about 120$ discount compared to other sellers. Not sure is it can be considered slick, but at least worth to try.

Specs:
Brand Microsoft
Series Surface Laptop
Model JKR-00036
Color Burgundy
Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
CPU Intel Core i7-7660U 2.5 GHz
Screen 13.5" Touchscreen
Memory 16 GB LPDDR3
Storage 512 GB SSD
Graphics Card Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640
Video Memory Shared memory
Dimensions (W x D x H)12.13" x 8.79" x 0.57"
Weight 2.83 lbs.


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I dont understand how this is obsolete. As a college student who just needs a nice, light laptop, and would prefer a premium build, this is perfect.

It doesn't break the bank, it will browse, watch YouTube, and work absolute wonders on google docs.

Itll do everything I need and more, as my 2015 laptop still works fine, but my back needs something lighter.

I dont understand the rush to get the newest and greatest tech when laptops like this are sufficient for everything we need and then some.

If you are in business and know what you need, and this doesn't suffice, sounds like you're going to need to spend more anyway.
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xps does not have a more premium build over the surface, and you will never see this price with 16gb ram and 512gb ssd, even the cheaper ones ship with a slower i5, you never see them ship the i7 with the same specs, so quit spreading horse sh!t
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16gb and 512gb ssd
it's a deal
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Whoa this is old. 7th gen 2017 surface. ddr3 also.

Interesting
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Whoa this is old. 7th gen 2017 surface. ddr3 also.

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Still a better deal that many out there. Better display and battery life. Also Iris plus is much better than normal 620 integrated Graphics
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Whoa this is old. 7th gen 2017 surface. ddr3 also.

Interesting
16gb and 512gb ssd
it's a deal
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16gb and 512gb ssd
it's a deal
It's a dual core laptop. Most Windows computers are at least quad core now. $800 for an already obsolete laptop.
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It's a dual core laptop. Most Windows computers are at least quad core now. $800 for an already obsolete laptop.
I dont understand how this is obsolete. As a college student who just needs a nice, light laptop, and would prefer a premium build, this is perfect.

It doesn't break the bank, it will browse, watch YouTube, and work absolute wonders on google docs.

Itll do everything I need and more, as my 2015 laptop still works fine, but my back needs something lighter.

I dont understand the rush to get the newest and greatest tech when laptops like this are sufficient for everything we need and then some.

If you are in business and know what you need, and this doesn't suffice, sounds like you're going to need to spend more anyway.
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It's a dual core laptop. Most Windows computers are at least quad core now. $800 for an already obsolete laptop.
Def would have been a deal for quad
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It's a dual core laptop. Most Windows computers are at least quad core now. $800 for an already obsolete laptop.
Let me know an ultrabook with same specs with DDR4 in this price range.
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Let me know an ultrabook with same specs with DDR4 in this price range.
Ddr4 never really took off in the low powered space. Unfortunately, you'll be looking at 10th gen Intel products (ie Dell's new XPS 13 2 in 1) and paying the early adopter premium for the privilege.
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Considering the premium Microsoft charges for the relatively unique form factor, this really isn't that bad if you don't need a lot of threads (this has hyper threading at least)

Mainly, I'd be concerned with the health of the batteries if these were manufactured any earlier than early 2018.
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I dont understand how this is obsolete. As a college student who just needs a nice, light laptop, and would prefer a premium build, this is perfect.

It doesn't break the bank, it will browse, watch YouTube, and work absolute wonders on google docs.

Itll do everything I need and more, as my 2015 laptop still works fine, but my back needs something lighter.

I dont understand the rush to get the newest and greatest tech when laptops like this are sufficient for everything we need and then some.

If you are in business and know what you need, and this doesn't suffice, sounds like you're going to need to spend more anyway.
An XPS 13 will handle all of that, can actually be disassembled and fixed, and can be had with a faster quad core processor. XPS models are also known for their premium build, and are routinely available at this price, or lower. It is a superior option to the Surface Laptop.
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An XPS 13 will handle all of that, can actually be disassembled and fixed, and can be had with a faster quad core processor. XPS models are also known for their premium build, and are routinely available at this price, or lower. It is a superior option to the Surface Laptop.
xps does not have a more premium build over the surface, and you will never see this price with 16gb ram and 512gb ssd, even the cheaper ones ship with a slower i5, you never see them ship the i7 with the same specs, so quit spreading horse sh!t
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This thread was a good discussion. I feel like I learned something regarding what to look.
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