When Microsoft announced their raft of Windows 10 products late last year the notable absentee, at least from a UK perspective, was the Surface Book. Described by Microsoft as the ‘ultimate laptop’ it was not available in the UK. On the face of it a laptop, the key to the Surface Book is its hinge. Located between screen and keyboard it is incredibly flexible, meaning that the device can stand like a laptop, can have the keyboard folded under the screen, or can be detached entirely:
The Surface Book has a 13.5″ screen with a particularly impressive resolution. It comes with a Surface Pen and is customisable, with the Intel Core i5 model starting at £1,299, and the i7 model starting at £1,799:
The Surface Book is available to pre-order now, with a shipping date of mid-February.
More details can be found here.