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Laptops and Notebook Computers

In today's internet-everywhere world, you need to be able to work wherever you are. That's why you need a great laptop computer. Microsoft Store offers a curated selection of best-in-class laptops and notebook computers, from leading brands like Lenovo, HP, Dell, ASUS, Acer, Samsung, Razer, and Toshiba. Whether it's a notebook, work laptop, personal laptop, Ultrabook, hybrid computer, convertible laptop, or a gaming laptop, the Microsoft Store has the best laptops that are just right for you.

When you're deciding what to buy, consider your needs. Windows laptops can come in a variety of configurations with powerful processors like AMD, Intel Core i5, Intel Core i7, and a variety of hard drives (HDD) and solid state drives (SSD) and memory so you can run multiple programs simultaneously without slowing down. Other things to consider when buying a new laptop are screen size, form factor, battery life, and price. Microsoft Store has laptop computers that take full advantage of the Windows 8.1 operating system, including the ultimate Windows portable machine, the new Surface Pro 3. Whatever you choose, a laptop with Windows 8 or later will let you store all of your videos, songs, photos, and files. You can also run Microsoft Office and create Excel, Word, and PowerPoint documents.

Every laptop sold at Microsoft Store comes with the Microsoft Signature Experience. This means that your new laptop will be lightning-fast from the moment you turn it on.

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