Microsoft Surface is some touchscreen-based computers and interactive whiteboards designed and produced by Microsoft, running the Microsoft Windows operating-system. The devices are created by original equipment manufacturers, including Pegatron, and so are made to be premium devices that set examples to Windows OEMs. It comprises 7 generations of hybrid tablets, 2-in-1 detachable notebooks, a convertible desktop all-in-one, an interactive whiteboard, and different accessories all with original form factors. A lot of the Surface lineup features Intel processors and so are appropriate for Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating-system.
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THE TOP family features nine main lines of devices:
The Surface type of hybrid tablets, with optional detachable keyboard accessories, and optional stylus pen. The most recent model, the top Go 2, uses an Intel Core m3 8100Y or Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y SoC processor.
The Surface Pro type of hybrid tablets, with similar, optional detachable keyboard accessories and optional stylus pen. Both latest models will be the Surface Pro 7, that includes a 10th generation Intel Core series processor, and the top Pro X, which includes the Microsoft SQ1 ARM SoC (a custom version of the Snapdragon 8cx.)
THE TOP Laptop Go, a notebook with a 12.5-inch non-detachable touchscreen. The latests version in this line may be the Surface Laptop Go.
THE TOP Laptop, a notebook with a 13.5-inch or 15-inch non-detachable touchscreen. The initial device runs Windows 10 S by default; however, it really is upgraded to Windows 10 Pro. You start with the top Laptop 2, the standard Home and Pro editions are used.
THE TOP Book, a notebook with a detachable tablet screen. The bottom is configurable with or without discrete graphics and an independently operable tablet screen, which the optional stylus pen functions. The stylus pen comes separately from the most recent Surface Book model.
THE TOP Studio, a 28-inch all-in-one desktop that adjusts right into a digital drafting table with stylus and on-screen Surface Dial support.
The Surface Hub, an impression screen interactive whiteboard suitable for collaboration.
The Surface Neo, the next dual-screen touchscreen device which both screens are 9 inches running on Windows 10X.
THE TOP Duo, a dual-screen touchscreen device which both screens are 5.6 inches and works extremely well as a phone that runs Android.