Microsoft recently unveiled the Surface Laptop 4 where it is essentially the successor to the Surface Laptop 3, continuing this tactic to offer a laptop that contains a touchscreen. Of course, it should be stressed here that the new model does not have any particular design differences compared to its predecessor.
There are two models where they have 13.5 and 15-inch screens where they are also identical to the model it replaces. But the biggest difference lies in the fact that the new model will be available with Intel’s 11th generation processors, as well as AMD Ryzen processor models with a 13.5″ screen dimension will be installed for the first time.
Also according to latest information AMD processors will rely on the Zen 2 architecture rather than the newer and stronger Zen 3. Microsoft promises much better performance with the new Surface Laptop 4 model containing Intel processors, with a performance difference of up to 70% and battery life of up to 19 hours.
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As mentioned above these are essentially the biggest differences since the other features will be the same as e.g. 201-ppi Pixel Sense touch screen, Windows Hello webcam resolution 720p and USB Type-C and Type-A ports. The Surface Laptop 4 will be released on April 15 in North America, Canada and Japan starting at $999 for the 13.5-inch model, with Ryzen 5 processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage.