Sunday, October 25, 2015

Review: Microsoft Surface Book, Windows 10 Flaunt Its New Identity

Microsoft surprised the technology world with the Surface Book, a device that puts a new spin on what productivity might look like. The Surface Book is a laptop with a twist. It looks mostly like a conventional laptop, but has a detachable screen that becomes a widescreen, thin tablet. It is designed for the person who wants to get the most out of Windows 10’s touch-focused features inside a package that can be both mobile and desktop-focused.

There’s some of that heritage in the new Microsoft Surface Book. It detaches into two pieces at the touch of a button, its screen snapping free from its keyboard base.

There’s just one key difference: basically every other convertible has tried too hard to be all things to all people, doing everything under the sun and none of it well. 

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