If you're the type of guy that craves a powerful and portable laptop you can easily have on you at all times, then Microsoft's new Surface Book surely caught your attention after its announcement last October. As the company's own head of devices stated, it is:
Ounce for ounce the most powerful 13-inch laptop
Overall, we are definitely inclined to believe the statement, with specs for the hybrid device going all the way up to a 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a discreet NVIDIA GeForce GPU. Pre-orders started at the beginning of January in many places, including the UK, but today official sales have finally kicked off.
Prices remain unchanged ranging from GBP 1,299 for an entry Core i5, 8GB of RAM, 128GB storage and no GPU one, all the way up to an eye-watering GBP 2,249 for the aforementioned top model.
You can order the Surface Book from the Microsoft store, linked in the source, as well as a few other retailers, like Amazon, Currys / PC World and John Lewis. As a final note, if you do intend to spoil yourself and shell out for the transforming PC, it is worth mentioning that many users have been experiencing Windows 10 related power issues with it - a point that might be worth looking into before the purchase.
Why don't you need it? I enjoy touch screen on my Windows Laptop.
why u need touchscreen on macbook when they already got trackpad .. u can control everything with ur finger (if u know how to used it)