article You’ve got your laptop, you’ve got a TV, and now you’ve been given a new gadget that makes it look like a home computer.
The new Surface Book 2 is a big step forward for Microsoft’s Surface line of devices.
The Surface Book is Microsoft’s entry-level tablet.
It comes with a 4.5-inch screen, but unlike most other Surface tablets, it’s not a thin one.
It’s also much thicker than a MacBook.
That thickness and screen size are key to the new SurfaceBook.
When you buy a Surface Book, you get a laptop with a keyboard and touchpad on top of that.
You can also choose between a larger or thinner laptop with either of those features.
The larger laptop can hold up to 12.5 pounds.
The smaller laptop can carry a total of 2.5 to 4 pounds.
In addition to the keyboard, you can also customize the laptop with two additional pieces of hardware: the touchpad and the volume rocker.
There are also a few other options, such as a keyboard cover and a keyboard ring, as well as some other add-ons.
The TouchPad is a very good thing for typing on.
It has the same sensitivity as a regular laptop keyboard, which makes it a great way to type on a large screen.
The keypad is a much nicer keyboard than the Surface’s keyboard.
It feels better than the one on the Surface Book and feels much more comfortable.
The Surface Book also comes with two USB ports.
The first is for connecting a monitor or other peripherals.
The second is for charging a Surface Pro or Surface Book.
The third USB port is a micro-USB port, but it only supports USB-C and USB-A ports.
That means that you can’t connect an external USB stick.
The USB-E port has no USB-S connector, and there’s no power connector.
The laptop comes with Windows 10 Pro.
If you want to upgrade to a Windows 10 Anniversary Update or upgrade your laptop to Windows 10 Creators Update, you need to buy the upgrade.
Microsoft also sells a 32GB version of the SurfaceBook for $999.99, or $1,199.99 if you buy the laptop in bulk.
You don’t need to upgrade the Windows 10 Home edition if you already have the Windows 15 Pro or Windows 16 Pro editions of Windows.
For more information on the Microsoft Surface Book II, read our review.
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