Need a new charger for Surface Laptop Studio? Here are your options
The Surface Laptop Studio is Microsoft’s most powerful Surface laptop ever by a wide margin. Featuring Intel H35-series processors and dedicated graphics (on some models), it’s bound to outclass its predecessors in just about every aspect. Plus, it has a high-refresh rate display, Dolby Vision support, and quad stereo speakers, all of which contribute to a premium overall experience. Because of its powerful specs, the Surface Laptop Studio also comes with a powerful charger. But what if you happen to lose it or break it?
If you’re in need of a replacement charger for the Surface Laptop Studio, we’ve rounded up some of the best options you can get. The charger that comes in the box provides 95W of power (for the Core i7 models), so you’re ideally going to want something that at least matches that. However, some slower options may also be viable, specifically for portable charging. Here are your best options.
- This official Microsoft Surface charger delivers up to 127W of power, more than enough to keep the Surface Laptop Studio charged, even when you're using it. It also includes a USB Type-A port that delivers 5W of power to another device, like your phone.
- If you want something that charges your Surface Laptop Studio and also powers your desk setup, the Surface Dock 2 does just that. Not only does it provide more than enough power to charge your Surface Laptop Studio, it can also drive two 4K displays at 60Hz, it has extra USB ports, and adds Ethernet.
- This BatPower charger not only features a Surface Connect cable, but also includes a power bank to charge on the go. The wall charger delivers up to 90W of power, and the power bank goes up to 95W. There are also extra USB ports if you need to charge other devices.
Those are the best options you can get right now if you need a new charger for your Surface Laptop Studio. From the official alternatives, to more affordable ones, and even full docking stations, there’s something for everyone here. Some of these even let you charge on the go. You can also choose between using the Surface Connect port for charging or USB Type-C, since both are supported.
If you somehow haven’t yet, you can buy the Surface Laptop Studio using the links below, and maybe check out the Surface Slim Pen 2 if you’re interested in writing notes or digital art. If you’d rather look for alternatives, we have a list of the best laptops you can buy right now.