Re: surface laptops
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No there is not one better for what your describing.
I do have a lanovia 13 inch laptop for sale.if your interested write to me.it is a 13 inch yogawhere it has a keyboard, and you can also use it as a touch screen.
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of heather albright
Sent: Sunday, April 25, 2021 12:02
Subject: [TechTalk] surface laptops
Hello, I want to finally find a new laptop after almost 8 years, that is the last time I went and purcheased 1.
So I like the surface set up but, when I got it, I did not like how it sets up. It seens the screen is to heavy for the keyboard and it did not sit well unless you had a table handy. Are all the surfaces like this? I thought it would have the similar set up like my i-pad which I could type on my lap and the screen on the i-pad holds well. I am wondering if the magnets on the surface are not as strong as the ones off my i-pad?
It just seemed that my surface was to top heavy and it always wanted to flop over. So I set it back.
So someone told me to look in to a traditional laptop set up
But before I do this, is there a surface that has a better setup?
I liked the lightweight aspects of the surface along with the quickness of the surface.
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