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Microsoft has launched its Surface Laptop 4 in South Africa, with options to buy it directly from its local retail partner or through a Vodacom contract.
The Surface Laptop 3 was announced globally in April. The ultraportable laptop comes in 13.5-inch and 15-inch models, with the device prioritizing portability and battery life.
Both models feature a touchscreen display, a front-facing webcam, and a large trackpad.
Customers can choose between models with an 11th Gen Intel Core processor or an AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor with Radeon Graphics.
“On the outside, you see style and sophistication. Effortlessly lift the screen, and this device will draw you into your flow,” Colin Erasmus, Modern Workplace and Security Business Group Lead at Microsoft South Africa, said in a statement.
“From the office, living room, coffee shop or classroom, nothing comes close to this device’s look and feel.”
On local listings, consumers can opt for up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Depending on the version of the laptop you buy, it provides between 16.5 hours and 19 hours of battery life.
Surface Laptop 4 price and contracts in South Africa
The Surface Laptop is available at Incredible Connection and through Vodacom.
The retail price for the laptop starts at R18 999. Meanwhile, Vodacom contracts for the device start at R945 per month.
Prices vary depending on the exact configuration of the device and which size model you choose.
The most expensive configuration listed on the Incredible Connection website is priced at R32 999. This is the 15-inch model with an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage.
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