Surface Book

The surprise hit of the day was the Surface Book, which Microsoft considers a laptop. Although the Surface line was designed to have some in-lap functionality, the Surface Book should offer more than the company’s past hybrid tablets. The Surface Book may not look like its predecessors, but there’s a twist. The damn thing comes apart into two pieces so you can use it as a stand-alone tablet.

The convertible laptop sports a 13.5-inch display, a trackpad made of glass, a backlit keyboard and a machined magnesium body. The Surface Book has the latest generation of the Intel Core processor and an Nvidia GPU with GDDR5 memory. Microsoft claims its the fastest laptop of its size ever made, and has 12-hour battery life, 267 ppi pixel density display and a keyboard that is said to be very quiet.

The Surface Book starts at $1,499 and is available to pre-order on October 7.

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