Last month a report claimed Microsoft is working on a Surface-branded all-in-one (AIO) PC that should become official in the third quarter of the year. And now a new rumor tells us that the AIO will be offered in three screen sizes: 21" Full HD, 24" 4K, or 27" 4K. The device is reportedly targeted at the living room, with an "elegant" design that will help it fit in. These sizes are the ones in which Microsoft is currently testing the AIO, but it may decide not to launch all three.
On the other hand, that refreshed Surface Book 2 that was supposedly coming in June hasn't become official yet, but it's still coming. With this model, gone will be the hinge gap that has bothered some people in its predecessor. When closed, the Surface Book 2's display and keyboard will be flush, just like what you'd expect from a traditional laptop. It's unclear how Microsoft managed to pull this off.
The Surface Book 2 will come with "updated internals", which could mean Intel's new Kaby Lake processor - that will start shipping in late 2016. If Microsoft does use this part, then don't expect the new Surface Book to be imminent at this point.
expensive. can you not Microsoft? the surface book is expensive because of that cool looking hinge? yeah I like it but damn it is expensive. don't be like apple.
Expensive yes! But they are worth every cent.Compare those with what Apple has on offer,and you'll see that the pricing is more than adequate.Heck,Win is superior against everytning Mac no matter the hardware.
You can look around for other OEM's. Asus offered similar devices long before M$.