That awkward moment we thought Surface Pro 4 is going to be the most highly specd and costliest of all device announced by Microsoft yesterday, but it turned out that the company has another superior behind the curtain. Microsoft quicken its pace to match out other competitors out there with its newly introduced Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 skinned elite version (not really an official name).
Though it retains some of the quailities in Pro, one of which is its 2-in-1 functionality, enabling it to be used as a tablet or double up as a laptop. Its sleek slim body profile of 7.7mm is strong enough to withold its 13.5-inch (3000 × 2000 pixel) display which touts 1800:1 contrast ratio, 3:2 aspect ratio, and pixel density of 267ppi, same as Surface Pro 4. This is 0.6-inch larger and yet crispier than what is found in iPad Pro.
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The detachable keyboard that comes with it is backlit illuminated and it have a glass trackpad placed below it. The 2-in-1 comes equipped with an 8-megapixel rear camera, while a 5-megapixel camera sits at the front (with Windows Hello Face feature).
The Surface Book includes a Surface Pen for taking note, sketching and drawing, which magnetically attach to it. The device will be available in different configurations, the basic version with a 6th generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is priced at $1,499, 256GB storage version at $1,699, while a 6th generation Intel Core i7 version with 8GB RAM, 256GB storage and NVIDIA GeForce Graphics will set you back $2,099 USD. If you’re aiming bigger, which means better, you can go for the 6th generation Intel Core i7 version with 16GB RAM and 512GB storage, priced at $2,699 USD. It will go on sale starting from the 26th of October in select markets.