The Best Moment on Stage is when, Panay plucked the Surface Book’s screen off of its keyboard. Yes, this Surface is still a Surface, but its bottom half is more than a fancy keyboard cover. it houses a discreet NVIDIA GTX GPU and other components that, according to Microsoft, make it twice as fast as the MacBook Pro.
Naturally, the tablet will pop back onto the book’s “dynamic fulcrum” hinge in either direction, though the hinge itself doesn’t appear to bend all the way backwards. It also supports the Microsoft Surface Pen (it’s included, actually) and the Surface Pro dock. It’s easily the most surprising, intriguing device Microsoft has put out in awhile — with a sleek looking design, a fascinating, weird hinge and a lot of versatility. Pre-orders start tomorrow, October 7th and the product will hit stores on October 26th, starting at $1,499 (for the 128GB / 8GB Core i5, Intel HD graphics configuration) to $2,699.00 (512GB / 16GB, NVIDIA GPU).
People Can Pre Order From Tomorrow and Can buy from 26 October.