5 Things To Know About Consumer Reports' 'Not Recommended' Rating For Microsoft Surface


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Laptop Issues

Because Microsoft has been producing its own laptops for less than two years, Consumer Reports said this is the first year that there has been enough data to make predictions about the reliability of Surface laptops. The Surface Book was introduced in October 2015, and the Surface Laptop debuted in June of this year. Consumer Reports has pulled recommended status from both laptops -- the 128-GB and 512-GB versions of the Surface Book and the 128-GB and 256-GB versions of the Surface Laptop.



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