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Microsoft Surface Laptop SE, Celeron N4120

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Microsoft Surface Laptop SE, Celeron N4120
Microsoft Surface Laptop SE, Celeron N4120 (Surface Laptop Serie)
Intel Celeron N4120 4 x 1.1 - 2.6 GHz, Gemini Lake
Placa gráfica
Intel UHD Graphics 600
8192 MB 
, DDR4
11.60 polegadas 16:9, 1366 x 768 pixel 135 PPI, TFT, Brilhante: sim
Disco rígido
128 GB eMMC Flash, 128 GB 
2 USB 3.0, Conexões Audio: 3.5mm, Sensores: Hall-effect Sensor
Funcionamento em rede
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5), Bluetooth 5.0
altura x largura x profundidade (em mm): 17.85 x 283.7 x 193.05
, Duração da bateria (de acordo com o fabricante): 16 h
Sistema Operativo
Microsoft Windows 11 Home
Webcam: HD 720p
Características adicionais
Alto falantes: Stereo, Teclado: Chiclet, 12 Meses Garantia
1.12 kg



Pontuação Média: 60% - pobre
Média de 1 pontos (das 3 análises)

Análises para o Microsoft Surface Laptop SE, Celeron N4120

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop SE is a ‘ChrEdgebook’ for students
Origem: Mobile Syrup Inglês EN→PT
Still, it’s important to keep in mind that, like Chromebooks and Google services, the Laptop SE is, at its core, a vessel for Microsoft services. I also worry the Laptop SE might be too little, too late. Chromebooks have a strong foothold in schools – most students I know already have school-provided Chromebook they use. I’m sure the Laptop SE will find a place, but it may not unseat Google in the education battle.
Análise única, Disponível online, Média, Data: 04/03/2022
60% Microsoft Surface Laptop SE Review: Just Get A Chromebook
Origem: The Verge Inglês EN→PT
Ultimately, I think the main arguments for the Surface Laptop SE are its design and its repairability. It looks and feels several notches nicer than most clunky Windows laptops that schools are currently handing out. It’s capable of doing the work that an elementary school student might be doing. And I don’t want to undersell the replacable parts — that’s huge for IT departments, and it’s great to see Microsoft committing to such a big repairability effort. But in evaluating this device, customers will need to figure out how to balance the needs of its IT administrators with the needs of its teachers and students. That calculus may look different for every school. But the older a kid gets and the more internet-savvy they become, the more their load might be pushing this processor. There are Chromebooks and iPads out there with faster performance, faster boot time, and better battery life that are worth looking at as well. And at the end of the day, I’d urge schools to spend more money on larger-screened, higher-resolution devices if they can, because accessibility for all students is worth investing in.
Análise única, Disponível online, Longa, Data: 03/25/2022
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 60%
Surface Laptop SE review: A Chromebook competitor, but Windows 11 SE isn’t a Chrome OS
Origem: XDA Developers Inglês EN→PT
Windows 11 SE goes a long way toward addressing the needs of K-8 students. However, the way I see it, it does a better job of retaining school districts that already use Windows, rather than converting districts that have made the move to something like Chrome OS. The OS is more secure, it’s faster, and it gets better battery life than a regular version of Windows 11, but that’s still not an answer to why you should choose it over Google’s operating system. That’s a question that Microsoft has to answer. One possible answer is about what happens when a student gets to ninth grade. For me, that was when I took my first programming class (it was Quick Basic, and then Visual Basic 6 the following year). Before I spiral out of control into a vortex of nostalgia, let me say that this is the age where students might need something more than Chrome OS can offer. This could be the value proposition for raising students in the Windows ecosystem. As far as the hardware goes, it’s a lot better than I expected. Given the specs, I expected to want to break away from it as soon as I possibly could. That wasn’t the case.
Análise única, Disponível online, Longa, Data: 02/05/2022


Intel UHD Graphics 600:

Alguns jogos atuais não tão exigentes podem ser jogados fluentemente com poucos detalhes.

>> Mais informação pode ser encontrada na nossa Comparativa de de Placas de Vídeo e a Benchmark Lista.

Celeron N4120: SoC quad-core de baixa potência da série Gemini Lake para computadores portáteis de baixo custo. Funciona com relógios entre 1,1-2,4 GHz e integra um adaptador gráfico capaz de DirectX 12.
>> Mais informação pode ser encontrada na nossa Comparativa de Processadores Móveis.

11.60": Esta diagonal de tela é bastante grande para tablets, mas pequena para subportáteis. Alguns conversíveis também usam esse tamanho.

Grandes tamanhos de tela permitem maiores resoluções. Portanto, detalhes como letras são maiores. Por outro lado, o consumo de energia é menor com diagonais de tela menores e os aparelhos são menores, mais leves e mais econômicos.
>> Para saber quão fina é uma tela, veja nossa lista DPI.

1.12 kg: Este peso é típico para grandes tablets, pequenos subportáteis, ultrabooks e conversíveis com uma diagonal de tela de 10-11 polegadas.

60%: Uma avaliação tão ruim é rara. Dificilmente existem portáteis, que sejam avaliados pior.

>> Mais informação pode ser encontrada na nossa Laptop Guia da Compra.


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