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NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5

NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5" Touch-Screen - 10th Gen Intel Core i7 - 32GB Memory - 512GB SSD (Latest Model) - Platinum

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NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5
NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5

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Style: 13"


Size: 512GB


Configuration: i7/32GB


Features

  • Most powerful Surface laptop yet, with quad-core powered, 10th Gen Intel Core processors. More than 50% faster than Surface Book 2 13.5.
  • Fastest graphics on Surface, powered by NVIDIA GTX GeForce GPU. 40% more graphics performance than Surface Book 2 13.5".
  • Power when you need it. Up to 15.5 hours battery life[1] plus improved standby that extends battery life when youre away.
  • Robust laptop, powerful tablet, and portable studio in one.
  • The connections you need, including USB-A, USB-C, and full-size SD card slot.

Description

Style:13" | Size:512GB | Configuration:i7/32GB From intensive video and graphics files to high-octane gaming, the most powerful Surface laptop yet combines speed, graphics, and long battery life with the versatility of a laptop, tablet, and portable studio. Tackle your biggest demands with quad- core powered 10th Gen Intel Core processors, blazing NVIDIA graphics, and high-resolution PixelSense Display designed for Surface Pen and touch.


Standing screen display size: 13.5 Inches


Screen Resolution: 3000 x 2000


Max Screen Resolution: 3000 x 2000 (267 PPI) Pixels


Memory Speed: 3733 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce


Chipset Brand: Intel


Card Description: Dedicated


Graphics Card Ram Size: 4 GB


Wireless Type: Bluetooth, 802.11ax


Number of USB 3.0 Ports: 3


Brand: Microsoft


Series: Surface Project T - 7F SC English US/Canada Hdwr


Item model number: SLK-00001


Operating System: Windows 10 Home


Item Weight: 7.01 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12.3 x 0.91 x 9.14 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 12.3 x 0.91 x 9.14 inches


Processor Brand: Intel


Processor Count: 4


Computer Memory Type: DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size: 32


Hard Drive Interface: Solid State


Optical Drive Type: No Optical Drive


Power Source: Battery


Batteries: 2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Date First Available: May 6, 2020


Style: 13"


Size: 512GB


Configuration: i7/32GB


Features

  • Most powerful Surface laptop yet, with quad-core powered, 10th Gen Intel Core processors. More than 50% faster than Surface Book 2 13.5.
  • Fastest graphics on Surface, powered by NVIDIA GTX GeForce GPU. 40% more graphics performance than Surface Book 2 13.5".
  • Power when you need it. Up to 15.5 hours battery life[1] plus improved standby that extends battery life when youre away.
  • Robust laptop, powerful tablet, and portable studio in one.
  • The connections you need, including USB-A, USB-C, and full-size SD card slot.

Description

Style:13" | Size:512GB | Configuration:i7/32GB From intensive video and graphics files to high-octane gaming, the most powerful Surface laptop yet combines speed, graphics, and long battery life with the versatility of a laptop, tablet, and portable studio. Tackle your biggest demands with quad- core powered 10th Gen Intel Core processors, blazing NVIDIA graphics, and high-resolution PixelSense Display designed for Surface Pen and touch.


Standing screen display size: 13.5 Inches


Screen Resolution: 3000 x 2000


Max Screen Resolution: 3000 x 2000 (267 PPI) Pixels


Memory Speed: 3733 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce


Chipset Brand: Intel


Card Description: Dedicated


Graphics Card Ram Size: 4 GB


Wireless Type: Bluetooth, 802.11ax


Number of USB 3.0 Ports: 3


Brand: Microsoft


Series: Surface Project T - 7F SC English US/Canada Hdwr


Item model number: SLK-00001


Operating System: Windows 10 Home


Item Weight: 7.01 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12.3 x 0.91 x 9.14 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 12.3 x 0.91 x 9.14 inches


Processor Brand: Intel


Processor Count: 4


Computer Memory Type: DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size: 32


Hard Drive Interface: Solid State


Optical Drive Type: No Optical Drive


Power Source: Battery


Batteries: 2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Date First Available: May 6, 2020


Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars | Joe De
Style: 13" | Size: 512GB | Configuration: i7/32GB
I love it, do a exhaustive search.

When I registered the device with Microsoft the warrantee was half used up. Amazon wasn't able to fix the error but after contacting MS customer service they quickly resolved the issue. This is the 4th solid state device I've purchased from MS, this one replaces a Surface Book 2 which has preformed well. I also have two Surface Pro 4's, I like this device the best, it's large RAM and HD are a necessity these days and the price was very reasonable. I hit the cycle just right and saved a bundle. My advice is to thoroughly search Amazon in multiple ways, including from google, to find the best price. I was able to save an additional $200 by searching from outside of Amazon even though the internal Amazon search didn't turn up the deal.

~ Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2021

3.0 out of 5 stars | Hans
Style: 13" | Size: 512GB | Configuration: i7/32GB
Bought New but the package looks used ...

Bough new from Amazon. But the package looks fishy. Especially the seal sticker...It looks like it's peeled ... Should I be worth about that or request for an replacement ?

~ Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2020

3.0 out of 5 stars | Douglas
Style: 13" | Size: 512GB | Configuration: i7/32GB
to expensive

this Microsoft Surface Book 3 - 13.5" Touch-Screen - 10th Gen Intel Core i7 - 32GB Memory - 512GB SS is very nice, but to expensive it only have 32GB memory and 512 GB SS for the price.

~ Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars | James A. Elkin
Style: 13" | Size: 512GB | Configuration: i7/32GB
Very good

Very good the staff loves them

~ Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars | Jason D.
Style: 13" | Size: 512GB | Configuration: i7/32GB
Superb quality and feel, perfect for student or office

First and foremost, the specs on this listing are a bit vague so I'll clarify a bit for you as I go through the review. Specs between the 13.5" and 15" models are a bit different so I'm only going to focus on the 13.5" since that's the one I received for review. You can choose from either an Intel i5 1035G7 or i7 1065G7 processor. Both processors are 4 core 8 thread processors and are good performers with the only difference between the two being clock speed. The i5 1035G7 has a clock speed of 1.2GHz-3.7GHz while the 1065G7 has a clock speed of 1.3GHz-3.9GHz. The bump in clock speed with the i7 variant results in a Cinebench R20 score of 2024 which is 394 points higher than the i5's Cinebench R20 score of 1630. Of course with higher performance you also get higher power consumption so you are supplied with a 65w power supply with the i5 processor and a 102w power supply with the i7. The larger power supply is a tad larger and heavier of course, but does provide one additional benefit and that's a 7w usb-a charging port vs. a 5w usb-a charging port with the smaller 65w power supply. Now that you know the difference between the two processor options, here is what will most likely make up your mind as to which one you actually want. The i5 version is only available with the built-in Intel Iris Plus Graphics while the i7 version comes with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card. The addition of the GTX 1650 graphics makes this is a very capable machine for all sorts of projects in an ultra portable package and an actual desktop replacement. The keyboard and touchpad are the best I've ever used on a laptop. It's hard to describe but I find myself typing faster on this keyboard than on other laptops. The stroke length and click of the keys are just perfect. The touchpad is also a nice large size with top notch precision. I have issues with all these tiny touchpads, but this one is on par with the "other" brand touchpads which has set the bar super high. Now, the absolute coolest feature of this laptop that has you looking at it in the first place.....the fact that the monitor is removable to become a tablet. To initiate this all you have to do is push one button and wait for the indicator on the screen that the monitor is ready to remove and pull it off, that simple. The reason for this is because video has to switch from the Nvidia graphics card to the built-in Intel Iris graphics. This is seamless and super fast, much faster than previous models. Since the i5 variant is only available with the Intel Iris graphics I can only assume the time to wait to remove the monitor is even shorter since there's no switching involved. Last but not least the overall feel of the laptop is amazing. Being all metal it has a very high quality and rigid feel to it. This is the first Microsoft laptop I've used and I am very impressed. They really thought of everything when designing it. Excellent performance with long battery life and all the features you would expect from a machine of this caliber. Purchase the optional Surface Dock 2 and then you have all the connectivity of a desktop, including dual 4k monitors! If this review helped you at all please do me a favor and click the Helpful button below. I will be updating this review as I continue to use the laptop. Thanks!!

~ Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2021

5.0 out of 5 stars | Wilder K. Raven
Style: 13" | Size: 512GB | Configuration: i7/32GB
Professional reviewers are crazy

So in anticipation of getting a Surface Book 3, I checked out reviews across the Internet. What I saw was a lot of jaded folks who were complaining that this new version of Microsoft's Surface Book wasn't "different enough" from previous models for them. Microsoft, it seems, had stuck with what worked when they updated the product line. These pro reviewers were disappointed that there wasn't anything dramatically different to keep them occupied. And I say they're nuts. As this is my first Surface Book 3, I'll give you a fresh perspective instead of the view of a tech reviewer who has 2 or 3 other Surface Books lying around. For context, the only Surface product I've ever owned was the very first Surface model that only ran Windows RT. It was OK at the time, but Windows RT was a real bummer. I've owned several Windows 10 devices, though. First, the Surface Book 3 is not a small laptop. Compared to my other 13" laptop (an ultrabook, really) this thing's a tank. But while that takes away from portability a bit, and adds to weight and size, it also adds to power and ease of use. For example, the Surface Book 3 has one of the best keyboards I've ever used on a laptop. The keys are spaced out, they're large, backlit (a MUST), they have great key travel and some tactile response that you don't find in other laptops. There's no mushiness in the Surface Book 3 keyboard at all, which is a big turn-off for me in laptops (I have an older 15" laptop that I barely ever use because they cheaped out on the keyboard; User interface matters!) Another big benefit of the Surface Book 3's extra size and weight is the power inside. This thing sports dedicated Nvidia graphic AND Intel graphics. It switches between them as needed, and relies on the Intel when the tablet section isn't docked to the keyboard section. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 4GB is powerful enough for me to run Skyrim with a ton of 2021 mods installed-- I'm talking 2K graphics updates, added assets, physics mods, the works-- and still run the game at a sold 50-60 fps on High settings, or 30+ fps on Ultra. I haven't messed with newer games, but I assure you my mod list is big, and this laptop being able to run it smoothly is no little feat. And let's talk about that screen: 2000x3000 resolution is gorgeous. The colors pop, everything is crisp, and it's just a pleasure to look at. Which leads me to another benefit of this bulkier design: Microsoft was able to build their laptop with a 3:2 aspect ratio. But what does that mean? It means that instead of a really wide but short screen, you get a less-wide screen that is much taller than a 16:9 or 16:10 screen. When working on documents, moving around in the Windows environment, and even web-surfing, this is a fantastic thing. You've more screen real estate to see what's what. Or to put it another way, on a 13" device, you're not squinting to see what's on screen when you're writing in Word, surfing on Edge, or working in Excel. The taller screen is a game-changer as far as I'm concerned. Now, yes... In games, this means you need to do some tweaking to make the game fit the screen properly. With Skyrim I've had to choose 16:10 aspect ratio and set it to a resolution that leaves a couple very small black bars at the top and bottom. It's workable, and I'm sure with more messing around I could get it to fill the screen, but for the most part games aren't designed to consider a 3:2 aspect ratio as an option... yet. Until then, you may have to settle for some black bars, but they're really not that noticeable in games. Let's talk about software. I have also checked out some of the competition, and I'm happy to say that Microsoft is mostly free of bloatware when compared to products from other companies. I usually have to go through and delete McAfee (because it's the worst. Really), a bunch of company-specific bloatware (registration, system minders, and some third-party stuff I just don't want or need. In the Surface Book there was none of that. It relies on Windows Defender for antivirus (which I've been doing for ages because I like it so much), and doesn't have any bloatware except for the standard Windows pack-ins like Candy Crush Saga, Microsoft Office 365, and Skype. All of these can be removed by right-clicking on their Start Menu entry and choosing "Uninstall". Yes, Office 365 comes with this, as expected. Yes, I deleted it because I have a perfectly fine Office 2013 that doesn't require a subscription like 365 does. And Windows was fine with that. Microsoft didn't give me any sort of fuss or fight. The system just uninstalled it upon request, and the digital install of 2013 from my Microsoft account was seamless. The internal storage is plenty fast in the Surface Book 3. No, I'm not going to run benchmarks and obsess over fractions of seconds like other reviewers. I find all of that tedious and pedantic. What I can tell you is that in real-world use it's fast. Windows snap open quickly, games load fast, everything is smooth and you won't have to do any waiting with this system. Speaking of load times, booting up this thing is crazy fast. Add in the Windows Hello feature that can make out your face in a mostly-dark room just by using the screen's own brightness to illuminate you, and this thing has gotten into Windows before you get yourself situated at your desk. When waking from sleep there is almost NO wait time. I wasn't sure about facial recognition, but now I must say I dig it. It's a nifty gimmick that actually turned out to be entirely useful and convenient. However, I still recommend you create a PIN, just in case you get horribly disfigured in a boating accident or something. Just sayin'. Of course, upon first getting into Windows on this device you'll find there's a ton of Windows updates to be done. Just tell it to do it and go wash your hair or something. When it's done, it's done and you'll be happier for it. In my case it took a couple restarts, and maybe a total of twenty minutes to get all patched up to current Windows. But Windows is cool about it, and except for the last bit where you need to restart and update, most of their update process is in the background and doesn't get in the way. Surf the web for fifteen minutes, then go have that hair-washing or whatever for the remaining five. You do you, and let Windows do Windows, and you'll come back to a shiny, full-featured device. Now, as to the docking tablet and its usefulness: I totally GET tablet Windows now. With my first Surface, it was a cheaped-out version and it just didn't work. I'm sorry, but Windows RT was just a mistake as far as I'm concerned. ANY feature-limited version of Windows is a bad idea, and I wish Microsoft would stop trying to do that. However, this Surface Book 3 has a full-featured, non-crippled, absolutely polished-for-tablets version of Windows Home on it, and using Windows in a tablet is now my favorite way to use a tablet. I have iPads from various eras. I have Android tablets from various generations. I have -ahem- other tablets from certain big name retailers. But nothing I've used in terms of tablets has compared to having full-featured Windows 10 Home on a tablet that was made to handle it properly. The only other Windows tablet I ever used was an ASUS thing that was just too slow and clunky to handle Windows, and it left a bad taste in my mouth for the Windows-on-a-tablet experience. The Surface Book 3 has completely turned that around. The 3:2 aspect ratio is amazing on a tablet. So much space to use! My old presbyopic eyes can even handle it! Scrolling is butter-smooth. Positioning, opening, and using windows and folders is a breeze. The touch gestures are intuitive and friendly. I'm just in love with it. Really. I don't know why I don't hear more raving about how Microsoft has absolutely nailed tablet function with Windows 10, because I'm really pleased. Docking and undocking are super-easy. Press the button and a second later Windows says you can remove the tablet. It's magnetically connected so it snaps on and off with ease but still feels entirely solid. You can put it back on "backwards" so you can fold the keyboard section under the tablet and still work on it, and that gives you the benefit of having the beefier Nvidia GPU, as well as a thicker grip. So now, the only major negative I can think of: The Surface Book 3 doesn't use the newest Thunderbolt 3. While that may have been a good thing in terms of security (they're finding issues with Thunderbolt 3), it also means you lose a tiny bit of functionality. Still, the USB-C connection is plenty fast and versatile. Connected to a USB-C dock I was able to output video to my television without a problem. Microsoft also makes up for the lack of Thunderbolt 3 by still supporting USB 3.0 with the standard USB-A ports. A lot of good accessories are out there using USB-A, and I'm not fond of companies just dropping it entirely and forcing us to use adapters. Added bulk and weak points are not fun. Microsoft gets that, and provides those ports. Bottom Line: So, with me not being "bored" with the Surface Book line of products like people who have used and reviewed the Surface Book 2 and Surface Book 1, I was dazzled by the Surface Book 3. Truly. This is my favorite laptop AND my favorite tablet. It's powerful, versatile, durable, wisely-designed, has the best keyboard, the easiest-to-read screen, and the ports I need. This may not be as lightweight and slim as an ultrabook, but it's a great "does everything" laptop/tablet that really fit my needs. That's why I'm happy to give it five BIG, HAPPY stars. It's no fluke. Microsoft is hitting them out of the park lately with their hardware designs.

~ Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2021