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Get an insider's look at the latest Surface Laptop 4. While Surface Laptop’s familiar signature sleek form factor has been retained, under the covers you'll find major optimizations to bring the overall performance, battery life and device experience to the next level.
NOTE: Models with AMD Ryzen™ 5 Microsoft Surface Edition processors have 7 GPU cores and 6 CPU cores. See https://docs.microsoft.com/surface/surface-laptop-processors for more information.
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00:00 - Introduction
00:56 - Color options
01:16 - Processor options from AMD and Intel
03:00 - Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
04:06 - Speakers and microphone
04:57 - Camera performance
05:40 - USB connectivity and ports
06:14 - Replaceable SSD and serviceable components
06:30 - IT management capabilities
06:59 - Wrap Up
Taking a tour of the internals, both Intel™ and AMD processors are now available on 13.5" and 15" models. Models with AMD chipsets are now equipped with 7 nanometer multi-threaded Ryzen™ 5 & Ryzen™ 7 Microsoft Surface Edition processors. Models with Intel® chipsets now use 11th Gen Core™ i5 & Core™ i7 quad core and multi-threaded processors with integrated Intel™ Iris® Xe graphics.
New to Surface Laptop 4 is the addition of Dolby® Atmos™. There's also an HD camera array with integrated IR sensor for Windows Hello-based authentication. Surface Laptop 4 is equipped with a full-sized USB-A port, USB-C® 3.2 Gen 2 supporting display output and charging, a 3.5mm audio jack, and Surface Connect port.
► Link References:
Learn more at https://www.surface.com
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