Microsoft launched its first-ever laptop known as Surface Book, though it doesn’t seem to be like a surface at all. The trackpad of this new laptop is made of glass and it has a 13.5-inch display. The keyword has a backlit and the complete body is made up of magnesium. The unique feature that Microsoft provided on this laptop is that its screen is detachable. That means you can also remove the screen and use it.
Latest generation processors have been used along with Nvidia GPU and have GDDR5 RAM. As per Microsoft, this is the fastest laptop ever made in the 13-inch category. This laptop can last long for 12 hours after a full charge. Microsoft also said that the keyword very silent and the display gives a good resolution of 267 PPI.
Microsoft competes for this device along with MacBook Pro, Lenovo, and others instead of iPad and Tablet. The GPU used in this device makes it twice faster than the other 13-inch MacBook Pro. We think that Microsoft is comparing this device in terms of GPU, but we know that a 13-inch MacBook Pro doesn’t have a GPU at all.
It’s great that the company managed to fit a long-lasting battery in it. Microsoft also used Adobe Premiere Pro in order to show how fast you can edit a video on this laptop. The next thing is the detachable screen which is only 7.7mm in thickness and weighs around 1.6 pounds, but if you want to have the full performance from this device, then you must have the base connected. Obviously the screen is a touch screen. So, in short, it’s a good convertible laptop.
This laptop costs around $1499 if you pre-order it before 7 October. You can’t say it’s a cheap device because the price ranges from $1499 to $2699 which totally depends on the configuration.
I5 6th gen processor with 128 GB and 8 GB of RAM = $1499
I5 6th gen processor with 256 GB and 8 GB of RAM = $1699
I5 6th gen processor with 256 GB and 8 GB of RAM and Nvidia Graphic card = $1899
I7 6th gen processor with 256 GB and 8 GB of RAM and Nvidia Graphic Card = $2099
I7 6th gen processor with 512 GB and 16 GB of RAM and Nvidia Graphic Card = $2699