Microsoft Surface Book with better specs, higher price launched in USA: i7 CPU, 1TBÂ
Microsoftâ€™s Surface Book, the companyâ€™s first beautifully made laptop was already a great product when it was introduced in the market a few months ago. Reviewers and Microsoft fans leapt up to get hold of the impressive laptop that it was.
Analysts used terms like â€˜superlativeâ€™, â€˜exceptionalâ€™ to describe the product that the Redmond based tech giant had launched. Now I fail to understand as to what terms they will use to describe the new and more powerful versions of the same product. Having already exhausted the words to describe the best of the best, they are finding it hard to come with right words to describe it.
The Redmond based tech giant has launched more powerful version of the laptop that comes with far more impressive specs than the previous versions. The new version comes with i7 CPU, 1TB and 16 GB of RAM. The highest version of the Surface Book, nonetheless, will put a big hole in your market as it costs as much as $3,199.
The improvement is actually in only CPU and internal storage besides of course a better Surface Pen that the tech giant has showcased along with the new version. Surface tablets also come with dedicated NVIDIA graphics card, but for the moment, these are limited to United States and Canadian market and people will have to wait for a few months in other parts of the world.
In the meantime the new Surface pen is being given great importance by the tech giant. In an announcement the Redmond based tech company said, â€œThe new gold Surface Pen makes a bold statement as a colorful complement to your Surface thatâ€™s also a powerful tool for both creativity and productivity. When used with your Surface Book or Surface Pro 4, it offers 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity for the ultimate writing and drawing experience. The gold Surface Pen also includes the Surface Pen Tip Kit so you can further customize the experience of taking notes or drawing on your Surfaceâ€.