Surface Go series
Surface Go 2
Surface Pro series
Surface Pro 7
- i5 | 8GB RAM + 128GB (Platinum)
- i5 | 8GB RAM + 256GB (Platinum)
- i5 | 8GB RAM + 256GB (Black)
- i7 | 16GB RAM + 256GB (Black)
- i7 | 16GB RAM + 512GB (Black)
Surface Pro X
Surface Laptop series
Surface Laptop 4
- 13.5" | R5 | 8GB + 256GB (Platinum)
- 15" | R7 | 8GB + 256GB (Platinum)
- 13.5" | i5 | 8GB + 512GB (Black)
- 13.5" | i7 | 16GB + 512GB (Black)
Surface Laptop Go
Surface Book series
Surface Book 3
[*] Some accessories and software sold separately.
 Up to 13 hours of battery life based on typical Surface device usage. Testing conducted by Microsoft in September 2020 using preproduction software and preproduction Surface Laptop Go Intel® Core™ i5, 128GB, 8GB RAM Microsoft Surface® Edition devices. Testing consisted of full battery discharge with a mixture of active use and modern standby. The active use portion consists of (1) a web browsing test accessing 8 popular websites over multiple open tabs, (2) a productivity test utilizing Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook, and (3) a portion of time with the device in use with idle applications. All settings were default except screen brightness was set to 150nits with Auto-brightness disabled. Wi-Fi was connected to a network. Battery life varies significantly with settings, usage and other factors.
 Available colours may vary by market.
 Surface Laptop Go display has rounded corners within a standard rectangle. When measured as a standard rectangular shape the screen is 12.45" diagonally (actual viewable area is less).
 Surface laptop Go for consumers comes with Windows 10 Home in S mode to bring you the powerful Windows features you use most at exceptional value. If you need additional enterprise management and security tools for the workplace, you can switch to Windows 10 Pro or purchase Surface Laptop Go for Business. Windows 10 Home in S mode works exclusively with apps and programs from the Microsoft Store within Windows and accessories that are compatible with Windows 10 Home in S mode. A one-way switch out of S mode is available. Learn more at Windows.com/SmodeFAQ.