Microsoft’s Surface Laptop is aimed at supplanting the MacBook Air as a college-student favorite. The svelte, stylish clamshell also fills a middle ground between its cousins, the Surface Pro 4 tablet and Surface Book powerhouse 2-in-1, providing a third option that could appeal to many regular consumers. 

We went hands-on with the Surface Laptop last week and plan to test it in advance of its June launch. Until then, if you’re trying to decide between the Surface Pro 4‘s promise of a tablet that can be a full-fledged computer, and the Surface Laptop‘s full-fledged computer that’s nearly as light (and a lot newer), let’s dig into the specs. 

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