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Poor reliability means Consumer Reports no longer recommends Microsoft Surface — or any other Microsoft laptop or tablet

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Influential reviewer Consumer Reports says that it no longer recommends Microsoft Surface tablets and laptops. The consumer group says that poor predicted reliability for the Surface range means that it is pulling its “recommended” tag. More than this, Consumer Reports goes on to say that it “cannot recommend any other Microsoft laptops or tablets.” Recent studies suggest that a quarter of laptops and tablets from Microsoft will present problems for users within two years of ownership. Consumer Reports is specifically stripping the 128GB and 256GB versions of the Surface Laptop and the 128GB and 512GB versions of the Surface Book… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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