So far, 2017 is shaping up to be a big year for Microsoft's Surface lineup. Microsoft unveiled not just one, but two Surface products during the month of May, starting with the brand new Surface Laptop in early May and followed a few weeks later by a refreshed Surface Pro tablet. Both devices are now available in Australia. It could be good timing, given the sluggish performance of Microsoft's Surface line in the first months of the year; Microsoft reported that total Surface revenue plunged 26 percent during the company's quarter that ended 31 March, from a year earlier.
For those deciding between the latest Surface tablet and laptop, which is a better fit? In the following slides, CRN USA looks at how Microsoft's new Surface Pro compares vs. the Surface Laptop on specs and price.