Not a bad deal. I picked up a Surface Book the other day for my university uses. Website design/development, programming and some intensive graphical demands. Was bough with my student loan because why the fuck not. I use my gaming PC for everything else.
oh is it good enough fot running a effective 64 bit application?....cos mine is goood enough to destroy the universe 100times within second.
i go by sur.face.book hear
Great Price, it is not toy like ipad or android tablet; good portability for professionals.
it is question where you want to run assassins creed or temple run
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2017Exactly my point all along. Touch is great for devices optimized for it, windows hardly is, it... moreI wouldn't even bother with touch functions. Too gimmicky for anything outside of creative work. Keyboard is awful on the surfaces, although they seemed to have gotten better since the first gen which I own for a few days.
Exactly. I could find several, premium HQ laptops with dedicated GPUs to game on for that kind of money. Keyboards would be excellent and battery life. I fail to see what the surface offers that those alternatives couldn't?
AnonD-280176, 10 Jan 2017Struggling to see how this still isn't grossly overpriced compared to a similar speccd laptop?... moreExactly my point all along. Touch is great for devices optimized for it, windows hardly is, it merely translates touches into mouse clicks.
Better buy a proper laptop. At those prices you seriously get twice the specs. I was reading about a laptop with 1050ti for 700 the other day. Ya know a real laptop, not a baby one, like this one...
The Surface Pro 4 is actually nice, but in my opinion, not worth $700. Also, it runs Windows. Yuck.