Great news has surfaced for all tech enthusiasts. The must await Surface Book 2, was first launched in October 2017, and it is now available for pre-order in 17 markets. It is available in two different sizes, which are 13-inches and 15-inches.
Microsoft in its official blog states,
“Surface Book 2 is the most powerful Surface we’ve ever built, and customers love that they can run their most demanding applications from anywhere.”
What makes Surface Book 2 different?
Microsoft informed that the all-new Surface Book 2 is a portable powerhouse with a battery life of 17 hours. One feature that we were looking forward to is that it’s processing and graphics power runs on demanding applications, however, it also provides its users with the freedom to work from home, even while working on demanding projects or in case of sudden inspirational block.
It supports the latest 8th Generation Intel Core Processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 and 1060 discrete graphics. It also runs the high-performance applications that users rely on, the PC games that they users love, along with Windows Mixed Reality experiences. The Surface Book 2 also supports Surface Pen with tilt and 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity for amazing inking along with Surface Dial on-screen. Just like its predecessor, Surface Book 2 can instantly transform from a laptop to a digital canvas to a sleek tablet, allowing you to let loose your creativity.
“Today, we’re excited to bring the power of versatility of Surface Book 2 to more people around the world.”
Pre-booking is now available in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
However in the beginning of February and continuing through March and April, Surface Book 2, both 13-inches and 15-inches will be made available at Bahrain, China, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.
For more information, check the official Microsoft Blog.