The Surface range of products has been quite popular among users in recent years, and the Redmond giant has announced a new batch of offerings, with the Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 as the main highlight.
Microsoft Surface Book 3
The latest addition to the Surface Book line is touted as a powerful machine that can handle any tasks you throw at it while retaining the versatility of an ultrabook and the comfort of a tablet. Two screen sizes are available as customers can pick between 13.5-inch or 15-inch models.
Users can enjoy a selection of useful features, including the ability to interact with the screen directly via Surface Pen and Surface Dial. Several configuration options are available, with the upper tiers including Intel’s powerful 10th generation processors and dedicated graphics cards, among which we can count the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, which can handle even the most intensive tasks. Up to 32GB of RAM and several professional SSD storage solutions are also available.
Surface Go 2
While some voices have argued that the Surface Go is a downgraded version of the Surface Book range, this is not the case. Surface Go devices offer affordable performance on the go, and the Surface Go 2 proves that Microsoft has learned from the mistakes of the past. It comes with a solid 10.5-inch panel, a 3rd generation Intel Pentium Gold 4425Y, and the Intel UHD 615 integrated graphics card. Customers can pick between configurations with 4GB or 8GB of RAM and a 64GB eMMC or 128GB SSD storage solution.
Surface Headphones 2
Besides Surface Book 3 and Surface Go2, Surface Headphones 2 were also presented. It comes with a few improvements. The new headphones offer support for Bluetooth 5.0 along with the aptX codec, which should offer an improved audio quality. Battery life has been extended to 20 hours, and the cups can be rotated at 180 degrees for extra comfort when they are worn around the neck.