Microsoft has just started its mass production of the latest Microsoft Surface Book 2. Whereas, the notably 2-in-1 laptop design is no longer visible on its first possible release at the end of March or the first week of April.
As previously reported, Microsoft Surface Book 2 is expected to come out simpler compared to the first model of the Surface Book. Microsoft had experienced a poor number of sales of around 500,000 than what was expected last year. It is said to be because of its high price and had a limited demand due to its 2-in-1 hybrid design which contradicts with the Microsoft Surface Pro line, reported Mstarnews.
The new Microsoft Surface Book 2, however, will continue coming out with its rumored features. One of the few specifications of the new Surface Book 2 is having a 13.5-inch display and a chassis made of Magnesium Aluminum alloy.
In addition, it will adopt the clamshell design since transforming a laptop into a tablet has been removed from the equation. From the screen size and resolution of Microsoft Surface Book 2, this new model is believed to be sporting a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Meanwhile, the hardware of the Microsoft Surface Book 2 will be upgraded too. It is expected to feature Intel's Kaby Lake Chip which will enhance its graphics and performances. This also means that the Microsoft Surface Book 2 will need to upgrade its battery life too in order to support a built-in recharge dock for the Surface Pen, as the new model will also have newly improved Surface Pen, reported TechRadar.
On the contrary, the Microsoft Surface Book 2 will hit the market soon with a lower price than the existing Microsoft Surface Book which featured an iCore5 with a 128 GB of RAM. Microsoft's flagship laptop is speculated to be available to the public in Spring.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.