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Firmware updates to the Surface Book, Pro 4, and Studio bring vital security update, speech recognition improvements, and more. The updates are the most significant for some time.
The Surface Book 2 received updates for two Windows versions, each bringing different tweaks to the device. It came just two days after the laptop's release.
One saving grace is the ability to easily remove the SSD in the Surface Book 2. However, you would have to get past the glued down access points first.
The Surface Book 2 will feature Intel's 8th-generation processors, up to 1 TB SSD storage, USB-C charging, and more. Pre-orders will start at $1500 on November 16.
Just in time for Christmas, Microsoft will launch its Surface Pro LTE variant in December. That means next month’s Future Decoded keynote is likely to see the Surface Book 2 launched.
Despite previous reports of an April unveiling of Microsoft's Surface Book 2, reports suggest an early 2018 release. Instead, the company is expected to release the Surface Laptop with LTE.
The black Surface Book is displayed in a video advertisement, alongside accolades of 4K support, longer battery life, and more. It's unclear if Microsoft is planning a release or if it's simply a placeholder model.
Customers in the United States can now get the Intel Core i5 8GB model Surface Book for $1,299, giving them a saving of 13%.
The Surface Book 2 will keep the same 13.5" form factor but its non-detachable design will put it in the $1000 price range. The laptop is expected to ship up to 1.5 million units in 2017.
Customers in the United States can now get a 10% price reduction across all Surface Book models, including the Core i7 packing versions of the laptop.
Customers in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia can pick up a Surface Book with hundreds of dollars in savings. In the US and UK, the base model has been reduced, while in Australia several high-end models are available at cut prices.
Customers interested in getting the new improved Surface Book could be able to trade in their older device, similar to Microsoft’s program for MacBook users.
The Surface Pro 4 128GB/ Intel Core i5 - 4GB can now be obtained for $799.99, while the entry-level Surface Book is just $124.99.
Customers with a MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro can now trade-in for Microsoft’s Surface Book with $650 off the retail price. The deal now runs until November 23.
Microsoft says the Performance Base for the new Surface Book is not being sold on its own, so upgrade possibilities are limited. Customers who pre-ordered the new device are now receiving their units as Microsoft opens general orders.
Microsoft’s high-end Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 have been given a firmware patch for Windows Insiders. The release comes the same week as the company announced an updated Surface Book.
The company’s new Surface Book is 2x more powerful, has 16 hours or battery, and still sports the exact same effortless design.
Microsoft has focused on improving battery life for the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 with its latest monthly firmware update. The Surface 3 gets more general performance improvements for Windows 10 and Windows 8.1.
Microsoft’s hybrid 2-in-1 Surface Book took the big prize at the T3 Awards this year, with judges choosing it as the best laptop over competition from Apple, Dell, and Acer.
Microsoft has cut the prices of their Surface devices once more, offering the entry-level Surface Book for $1,349, and the 128 GB/ Intel Core i5 Surface Pro 4 model for $849.