Best answer: Yes. The Surface Laptop 3 is available in five different colors: sandstone, black, cobalt blue, and two different versions of platinum, although the two sizes aren’t available in each variant.
So, what are the options?
With the Surface Laptop 3, you can get the device in sandstone, black, cobalt blue, or two different variants of platinum. However, it’s important to note that not all the colors are available with all of the sizes and types of the laptop. Here’s a breakdown of which colors can be selected for which type of Surface Laptop 3:
- Sandstone can be selected for 13-inch all-metal variants.
- Black can be selected for 13-inch and 15-inch all-metal variants.
- Cobalt blue can be selected for 13-inch fabric keyboard variants.
- The first platinum color is lighter and is exclusive to 13-inch fabric keyboard variants.
- The second platinum color is darker and is exclusive to 15-inch all-metal variants.
Overall, your choice of color is heavily determined by the size and type of Surface Laptop 3 you choose, so use the above breakdown as a guide when deciding on what you’d like.
Why get a Surface Laptop 3?
No matter what color or size you choose for the Surface Laptop 3, you’re going to have a good time with it, at least based on specs. It comes with either a 13.5-inch 2256×1504 display or a 15-inch 2496×1664 one for the smaller and larger variants respectively, and the laptop is fitted with Intel’s 10th Gen CPUs which are more capable than nearly all other competing laptop CPUs. You can configure it with up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, too, which is very convenient to have. The 15-inch version can also be configured with an AMD Ryzen 7 custom CPU and an AMD Vega 11, if you want to get a little more power. This is the first AMD-powered Surface device ever, and gamers in particular will find the benefits of this AMD hardware very useful.
From a physical design standpoint, the laptop is easy to carry at just 2.79 pounds (13-inch) and 3.4 pounds (15-inch). It also comes with a Windows Hello camera, as well as a USB-C port, which is something Surface fans have been asking for for a long time.