Microsoft is preparing the launch of the Surface Laptop 4, the new version of this series of ‘pure’ laptops that will arrive in several models depending on the screen size and with hardware options from Intel and AMD for all versions.
The software giant will continue to expand and improve a proprietary Surface hardware line that has carved a niche for itself in global computing. According to the latest information from WinFuture, the launch of the Surface Laptop 4 would follow the strategy of the recent Surface Pro 7 Plus, with internal hardware upgrades while maintaining screen sizes and base design.
Surface Laptop 4 expected specs
Microsoft’s new laptops would keep the current screen sizes and magnesium chassis but will expand the internal hardware options with AMD or Intel processors to choose from in both models, something that until now was not available in the series. Thus we will find ourselves with expected specifications as follows:
|Screens||13.5-inch and 15-inch multi-touch PixelSense|
|Resolution||2256 x 1504 – 2496 x 1664 pixels. Aspect ratio 3:2|
|CPU||Intel 11th Gen. Core i5-1145G7 or Core i7-1185G7
AMD Ryzen 5-4680U or Ryzen 7 4980U
|GPU||Iris Plus Graphics 950
AMD Radeon Graphics
|Memory||8, 16, or 32GB DDR4|
|Storage||128, 256, 512GB, or 1TB PCIe SSD|
|Connectivity||Surface Connect, USB A, USB C, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1|
|Others||Windows Hello. Surface Pen and Dial
compatibility Audio enhancement with Dolby Atmos support
|Dimensions and Weight||308 x 223 x 14.5mm (1.25kg) – 339.5 x 244 x 14.5mm (1.54kg)|
|Operating system||Windows 10 Home – Pro|
Surface Laptop 4 would be announced in April with prices starting at $999 for the 13.5-inch model, while the 15-inch version would have a base price of $1,299, both with AMD hardware which would be the cheapest.