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Surface Book Review: Why you will love Microsoft’s delightfully awkward laptop

Surface Book Review: Why you will love Microsoft’s delightfully awkward laptop – The Surface Book is Microsoft’s first laptop running its new Windows 10 operating system and it is targeted at the high-end of the market. It is a first generation product with a number of issues, but the feedback gained from other Surface devices has been used wisely in the latest package. The key visual difference in the Surface Book is the ‘bendable-straw’ like hinge which gives the Surface Book its A4 folder-style curves.

The Surface Book comes with a detachable screen. Copying the ‘One More Thing’ approach, the tablet mode was detained at the launch of the Surface Book until the end of the presentation. While most of the batteries and graphical power are in the base, the screen has just sufficient hardware to be a competent Windows 10 tablet. It is hard to be sure what the battery endurance on the Surface Book is as every battery needs to be put through a few cycles before you can be sure it is giving peak power performance. The Surface Book is both a new product line from Microsoft and a progression of the many Surface tablet designs it has been working on over the last few years. There are some issues like the acceptance around the hinge and the reduced performance in tablet mode, but there is a lot to like in this new device.

It offers high specifications in an attractive and unique design, and it has succeeded in getting a lot of people very excited.


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