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Microsoft Surface Laptop: 14.4" 2400x1600, i7-11370H, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Microsoft Surface Laptop (‎A1Y-00001) on sale for $1597. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • 14.4" 2400x1600 120Hz Touchscreen Display
  • Intel Core i7-11370H (11th Gen)
  • 16GB LPDDR4x RAM
  • 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive
  • ‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Graphics
  • Wi-Fi 6 ‎802.11ax + Bluetooth
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Home
  • Ports:
    • 2x Thunderbolt 4

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BrandMicrosoftSeriesSurface LaptopScreen Size12.3 InchesColorPlatinumHard Disk Size256 GBCPU ModelIntel Core i7-11700Ram Memory Installed Size16 GBOperating SystemWindows 11 HomeCard DescriptionDedicatedGraphics CoprocessorNVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, 120hz display

Good deal if looking for Surface studio laptop. I think this might get even cheaper on black Friday but I am not sure.

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What's impractical? It's a laptop with a display that can unlock and be used in different positions. Nothing impractical about that.
As an digital artist, I complete agree with you. So far none of the surface products was made for professional art. They can work, but are far inferior compared to pen displays and drawing tablets. I would only use them temporarily on the go instead of using them as main rig.
I'm really bummed MS went Surface Laptop Studio direction instead of making an even better Surface Book. I felt the Surface Book was superior in design.

I had to rush out and get a Surface Book 3 13.5" i7 32GB/1TB before they discontinued it completely.

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Cool idea and good specs, but looks so impractical to use.
What's impractical? It's a laptop with a display that can unlock and be used in different positions. Nothing impractical about that.
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Cool idea and good specs, but looks so impractical to use.
This is really targeted at people who use the pen a lot.
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Great deal. I wish I didn't pull a trigger on my XPS 15 a year ago so I could hop on this. That and 32gb RAM on this thing
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What's impractical? It's a laptop with a display that can unlock and be used in different positions. Nothing impractical about that.
When screen is up, using a pen with no arm support is dumb and uncomfortable. No precision.

When screen is "flat" it's high vs a tablet. Looks awkward as hell being so thick with nowhere for your arm…
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Wondering if they'll update the specs with either ARM or Raptor Lake? I like this thing, I just want more travel in the keyboard and a 17' model. Then that's my mobile studio machine.
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When screen is up, using a pen with no arm support is dumb and uncomfortable. No precision.

When screen is "flat" it's high vs a tablet. Looks awkward as hell being so thick with nowhere for your arm…
As an digital artist, I complete agree with you. So far none of the surface products was made for professional art. They can work, but are far inferior compared to pen displays and drawing tablets. I would only use them temporarily on the go instead of using them as main rig.
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Wondering if they'll update the specs with either ARM or Raptor Lake? I like this thing, I just want more travel in the keyboard and a 17' model. Then that's my mobile studio machine.
Amd would be preferable here if they are going with this power budget. Or a bigger beefier processor if it stays Intel.
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Great deal. I wish I didn't pull a trigger on my XPS 15 a year ago so I could hop on this. That and 32gb RAM on this thing
I've been looking at XPS 15 vs the Studio. Do you have any particular reasons why you don't like the one you have or why you would have preferred the Studio?
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Amd would be preferable here if they are going with this power budget. Or a bigger beefier processor if it stays Intel.
Actually you are right, an 6800u with 6400mhz ddr5 would be powerful enough and cheaper.
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As an digital artist, I complete agree with you. So far none of the surface products was made for professional art. They can work, but are far inferior compared to pen displays and drawing tablets. I would only use them temporarily on the go instead of using them as main rig.
As a non-artist, can you tell me what the difference is, in terms of use. Like what is better and what features are missing from the Surface lineup that a drawing tablet offers?
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I'm really bummed MS went Surface Laptop Studio direction instead of making an even better Surface Book. I felt the Surface Book was superior in design.

I had to rush out and get a Surface Book 3 13.5" i7 32GB/1TB before they discontinued it completely.
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Don't get i7 370h 11th gen! What was MS thinking!? Just wait for new gen next month, or better sale!
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