Surface Book – A New Era of Laptop

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Amongst the range of new Windows 10 devices announced last week by Microsoft, is the new Surface Book. Centred on innovation, Microsoft is looking to redefine the laptop with a new design and special added features.

Although this is “the first laptop ever built by Microsoft” and is more aligned to the traditional laptop design, it also features the functionality of a tablet, as with the Surface Pro 4.
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The Surface book has a 13.5″ screen which delivers 6-million pixels and has a resolution of 267 dpi (dot per inch) which is pretty outstanding, especially when you compare it to the 227dpi that a 13″ Macbook Pro.

The purpose of this product is to provide users with a device that can adapt accordingly to the way they want to work. This is all made possible by its unique design, featuring a detachable keyboard.

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Like all Surface products, this feature allows you to transforms your laptop into a lightweight tablet, compatible with OneNote and Surface Pen. You can also turn your screen around and reattach your keyboard to create a canvas-like feature, thanks to a unique hinge design.

This product is particularly useful for creative professionals, with special features for photo and video editing.  The use of desktop software, such as Photoshop, is all made easier by the multi-touch PixelSense screen and Surface Pen, which brings a writing experience which mimics the traditional pen on paper.

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With up to 12 hours worth of battery, even when playing video, this device is particularly practical for those working out of office and on the go.

With all of these incredible features and benefits of having a Surface Pro, it is not a particularly big shock to have the pre-orders sell out in 5 days!

The new Surface book will also be offered within our bizanywhere bundles, offering what Microsoft believe to be the “Ultimate Laptop”.

So if this interests you, visit bizanywhere to find out more.

 

 

15th October 2015
By pcr


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