Earlier this month during Microsoft's event they unleashed one last surprise: the Surface Book. Engadget's Dana Wollman reports that "At first glance, it's a traditional 13-inch notebook, with a premium design, long battery life and the sort of performance you'll find in only a handful of other laptops, like the MacBook Pro. Unlike a Mac, though, you can remove the screen, turning it into a shockingly light, 1.6-pound tablet -- one that happens to pack a notebook-grade Intel Core processor. The Surface Book isn't perfect — no product is. But if 'the ultimate laptop' merely means it raises the bar for other laptops, then it mostly lives up to that promise. Engadget's written review by Wollman is extremely thorough. While it's definitely not for everyone, Apple fans who work in both iOS and Window environments at work and/or home should check out the details of the full Surface Book review here.
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