iRajApple, 13 Aug 2020855 is fine
But whats up with those huge bezels at top and bottom1. Top and bottom bezels are where the hinges are. The hinges fold 360° and also have wires that carry power and data between multiple units.
2. The Surface Duo when unfolded is like an 8.1" tablet in 3:2 aspect ration, which is much wider than a phone. A phone you can hold by the sides, but you need bezels to hold a tablet.
Nice device but overpriced
geek-a-contra, 13 Aug 2020i see a lot of people complaining about the size of the bezels. have you ever tried to use a n... moreAll that bezel and no sd slots as well as pen support. Much productivity.
i see a lot of people complaining about the size of the bezels. have you ever tried to use a notebook / notes booklet like device, about 140-160mm wide / high, while holding it in your hand and trying to type or use a stylus yet not accidentally touching the active surface? you will always need to pinch the one side (note books..) or the top side (notes) in order to keep it steady in position. productivity tool (ms NEVER said this is a smartphone...) has to look at least acceptable but functionality will always have priority
Their dual screen concept may be revolutionary or interesting at least, but for most of people its just piece of junk hw with software made to use 2 screens for multitasking, while its nothing new on android. You basically just pay for sw, overprice at new lvl.
What's with the disdain for expandable memory?
Woow only 14999$ very cheap, this surface duo will dethrone the k30 ultra and become the best value champ with its huge bezels and outdated specs for an amazing price
Failed in the attempt
855 is fine
But whats up with those huge bezels at top and bottom
Don't underestimate the 855 and definitely not the 855+ Those processors are more than adequate for pretty much everything. Especially for those in office. In fact it's overkill for an office clerk or an executive.