In 2012, Microsoft disrupted the PC industry with the Microsoft Surface. For the first time, the company was designing its own computers and it didn’t just release another mobile PC, it created, then quickly dominated, an entirely new category of convertible devices.
The latest versions of those Microsoft Surface convertibles—the Surface Pro 4 and Surface 3—are the culmination of years of innovation, obsessing over the smallest details and the advantage of working side-by-side with the Windows 10 development team. Each Microsoft Surface offers the ultimate tablet experience, with the power and flexibility to convert to a fully functional Windows laptop in a snap. Microsoft Surface sets the bar high with the most advanced technology and premium design, making it the category leader and preferred choice of professionals, students or anyone who values portability, flexibility and power. Surface uses a 6th generation Intel CPU to run desktop Windows software, packs a brilliant PixelSense display and features a stunning magnesium alloy body making it thin and light, yet strong. Further increasing its advantage over typical tablets, Microsoft Surface offers a full complement of expansion ports and supports the Microsoft Surface Pen stylus, the advanced Surface Type Cover and a growing collection of accessories.
The new Surface Book is Microsoft’s first laptop. Built to be a creative workhorse, this powerful mobile PC packs a Core i5 or Core i7 CPU, up to 16GB of RAM, fast SSD storage and even offers an optional discrete graphics card. It has a full-sized, backlit keyboard and its high resolution PixelSense display makes the most of Windows 10 touch gestures while supporting the Microsoft Surface Pen stylus. When a tablet is needed, one button releases the 13.5-inch Pixel Sense display from the dynamic fulcrum hinge. Surface Book truly redefines the laptop.