Published: Tue, March 21, 2017
Electronics | By Jesus Weaver

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Said To Enter Production For April Launch

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Said To Enter Production For April Launch

The 2-in-1 design is exactly what puts Microsoft's Surface Book apart from boring devices like the new MacBook Pros or all the other Surface clones that we get to see every now and then.

There are a couple of reasons given for this abrupt turnaround. We now do not know which GPU is going to be present and with NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 1000 series out, it won't be long till we see impressive graphical improvements from Surface Book 2. According to DigiTimes, who are not really that credible (although some of their reports have been accurate in the past), Microsoft might be introducing a lower starting price for the upcoming Surface Book 2. The smaller 10-inch version is comparable to the entry level Surface Pro 4 with 4 GB of RAM, up to 128 GB of internal storage (further extendable up to 256 GB via SD card) and 2.6GHz dual-core 7 gen Intel Core m3. Digitimes said that Microsoft is "likely" to announce the new Surface Book at the end of this month or April. On a related note, the company recently slashed the cost of its existing range.

The Surface Book is a great product, especially if you're in the market for both a tablet and notebook.

Microsoft's Surface Book was an object of desire for me, but also rather too expensive to seriously consider. The sources believe the move is meant to help Microsoft clear its inventory to welcome the new product's arrival.

The Microsoft Surface Book2 is rumored to have a 13.5-Inch display and the metal body is made up of the tough magnesium-aluminium alloy.

You don't have to be a rocket scientist to know that consumers and Businesses alike hate flaky companies constantly shifting strategies like season-to-season fashion. If Microsoft does something with pricing, it's easier to predict that they'll make the new Surface Book even more expensive. Instead, Microsoft apparently adopted the traditional clamshell design for the device instead. However, they were the first that broke the news of the Surface Studio, which is safe to assume that the news could actually be true. As a result of using a more traditional design, the engineering will be simpler.

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