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Microsoft recently announced the Surface Book 2 and confirmed that it would take pre-orders for the ultimate laptop in November. For the very first time, the company unveiled two variants of the Surface Book 2, Microsoft announced a 15-inch model, alongside the traditional 13-inch model.

The Surface Book 2 with the 13-inch display will be available for pre-order in the UK next month and the 15-inch model has been ultimately delayed. The company has now confirmed that it would launch the new model with 15-inch display early next year.

The decision is apparently taken because the company wants to sell the 13-inch model before the larger variant as it is highly likely that the majority of users would prefer the traditional-sized laptop instead of the small-sized device.

The Surface Book 2 design on a whole remains similar to the first, the company has however tweaked the design and also improved the reliability of the hinge. Microsoft recently published a video to offer an in-depth look at the re-engineered hinge, explaining how it would offer fluid experience.

Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 comes with PixelSense Display with up to 3240 x 2160 resolution, 3:2 aspect ratio, 10 point multi-touch, and support for Windows Ink. The device will be launched in 256GB, 512GB and 1TB PCIe SSD storage, you can learn more about it here.

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