Microsoft Surface Book 2 Review

Apple’s  MacBook Pro is among the best, when we talk about the high powered laptops. Most of the professionals ranging from video editors to graphic designers choosing apple.  Microsoft introduces their new changed innovative product that can give tough competition to Apple. The company is rolling out its new 13.5-inch Surface Book 2, the follow-up to 2015’s Surface Book. The Surface Book 2 is a laptop-tablet hybrid designed not only to take on the MacBook Pro 13-inch, but also crush to it entirely.

Here are the main things you need to know about the Surface Book 2:

  • Starts at $1,399, but can reach $3,299
  • Big-time performance
  • Lightweight tablet portion
  • No Thunderbolt 3

The original Surface Book was an impressive device, but suffered from software problems including driver crashes that resulted in a high initial return rate. In the announcement of  the Book 2, Microsoft Vice President Panos Panay addressed those issues and said that Book users ended up using their devices for longer stretches of time than any other Surface product. Fixed their past mistakes and made it an absolute impressive device.

The Surface Book 2  have  2 size screen displays ,13-inch and 15-inch models.  The Book 2 uses the same as the first-generation system in the designs. Its industrial design features a sleek, silver magnesium chassis and the line’s unique fulcrum-style hinge that allows you to use the book like a laptop, but completely detach the display via a dedicated keyboard button.  Microsoft did a clean work to remove the vents and fans from the Book 2 to ensure that it will be lighter and quieter. Not every Book 2 goes fanless, though. Models equipped with Intel’s Core i7 processor simply generate too much heat.

The Surface Book 2’s biggest selling point is not only its power, it does also allow you to detach its display and use it as an independent tablet. There are lot of touch-friendly apps at your fingertips from Microsoft’s Windows 10 and Universal Windows Apps.    Microsoft managed to make the Book 2’s tablet portion both thin and light enough to use easily. But at 13.5 inches and 15-inch version would be  too large to comfortably use for long stretches or while lying in bed. Still tablet mode is useful .  Microsoft has been creating its own devices with the best displays you can find on a laptop or tablet. And the Book 2 is also have a gorgeous display. Whether you’re using the 13.5-inch model or the 15-inch, you’ll get a gorgeous PixelSense panel.

 

Source: Yahoo news

 

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