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Surface Book and Surface Pro 4

Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 

High-performance and ultra-thin is what the Surface Book is all about. Its incredibly accurate and responsive pen and touch support boasts 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity and comes with a detachable screen that can also functions as a virtual clipboard. In addition, the optional GPU allows Surface Book to harness the full power of hardware-accelerated graphics for video games, seamless video editing, and fast rendering. With up to 12 hours of battery life, Surface Book is the ultimate creative powerhouse and an artist’s digital soulmate. 


Microsoft Surface Book – 128GB

The Surface Book’s sibling, the Surface Pro 4, shares the same 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity and claims to be the tablet that can replace your laptop. At 8.4 mm thin, how portable can technology get? The Surface Pro 4 is not only 30% more powerful than its predecessor, the Surface Pro 3, but also quieter, runs cooler, and has the brightest and most accurate displays to ever come from the Surface line. 

No need to worry about security as the tablet has the new Windows Hello. 

Thin, light, fast, and powerful, the Surface Pro 4 provides up to 9 hours in battery life, and with such a device in your hands, anything is anything but impossible. 


Microsoft Surface Pro 4 – 128GB

The Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 both come with of Windows 10 Pro installed, meaning they’re compatible with virtually all your favourite software, including programs like Microsoft Office and professional-grade software such as Citrix and Visual Studio.

The Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 are already available at the Microsoft store and participating retailers. That is, if you can afford their hefty prices. The Surface Book’s starting price is $1,949 for 128GB, while the Surface Pro 4’s is at $1,179 for 128GB. 

To all the prospective buyers, let’s hope your sacrifices are all worth it in the end. Then again, when has Microsoft ever let us down? What do you think about their newest innovations? Let us know in the comments below.

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