On Tuesday Microsoft Corp unveiled their first laptop, a new range of Lumia smartphones and a new Surface Pro tablet which will all be running their latest operating system, Windows 10.
The laptop, named the Surface Book, has a 13.5-inch display with 267 pixels per inch and features a track pad made of glass. Microsoft have claimed that it will be twice as fast as Apple’s MacBook Pro.
The Surface Book combines 6th Generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and up to 1 TB of storage with Intel HD graphics and optional discrete NVIDIA GeForce graphics. Microsoft have stated that the Surface Book could be used for photo and video editing, fast rendering or gaming.
Like the Surface tablet, the screen can be detached and Microsoft is boasting an “advanced touch and precise inking experience”.
With 12 hours of video playback battery life and full size backlit keyboard Microsoft is pitching the Surface Book as the “first full laptop in the Surface family.”
The Surface Book goes on sale in Australia on November 12 with preorders starting from October 7.
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