Laptops are so prolific anymore that it’s almost passé to come out with a new one—especially when innovation to the model is so limited. Aside from a bigger screen or a thinner profile, not much has really changed. The Microsoft Surface Book 2, on the other hand, has some interesting additions.
You’ve probably heard that if you want to run design software like Adobe products, then a Mac is really the only way to go. The Surface Book 2 was built with intensive tasks in mind. This laptop lets you run programs like Adobe Premiere Pro and Photoshop, Autodesk Maya and SketchBook, or Bluebeam without sacrificing speed or quality. And, of course, it can breeze through Microsoft Office and Windows, maximizing the performance of these programs.
If you’re looking for a gaming platform, then the Surface Book 2 can stand up to your needs. What’s more, you can pair with your Xbox wireless controller to play your favorite games. You can even delve into the world of virtual reality with Windows Mixed Reality Ultra.
Finally, the Surface Book 2 can be configured into four different modes: laptop, tablet, studio, and view. Add I the Surface Dial and the Pen, and there’s not much the Surface Book 2 can’t do.