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Microsoft Surface Book 2 Tipped to Launch Before 2017 Ends, Price Affected by Brexit Fallout

It seems like Microsoft is tipped to launch the most anticipated Surface Book 2 in the market before the end of this year. Will the price be also affected by the Brexit fallout just like what happened to its predecessor? See full details here for the possible specs and features of the most innovative laptop of the year!

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Latest Updates on Specs

It can be recalled that fans of Surface Book have clearly became disappointed when Microsoft released its Surface Book i7 variant last October. For this reason, the Redmond-based tech giant is reportedly making a solution and is tipped to launch the Surface Book 2 in the market before the year ends, according to Smart Stock News.

Strong speculations about the Surface Book 2 specs have slowly surfacing the internet and that includes the rumor about the ARM-based chip to be used alongside the Intel Kaby Lake chipset for the processing chipset. Furthermore, the device’s display is also expected to feature a major upgrade to 4K display resolution which appeals well to heavy multimedia users.

Moreover, Surface Book 2 is also expected to sport the refreshed Surface Pen which also assumed to come along with Surface Pro 5 and Surface Phone. Aside from that, the lovable Surface Dial from the recently launched Surface Studio is also possibly making an appearance with the laptop.

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Price Likely to be Affected by Brexit Fallout

The recent movement of pound in the market or also known as Brexit fallout has reportedly affected the price of Surface Book in the market. According to The Verge, Microsoft has adjusted its software and hardware prices in order to catch up with the dynamics of the market today.

In relative to that, the upcoming Surface Book 2 is already presumed to come with a high price. Currently, the Surface Book has an increased price of £1499 ($1874.35) from the original price of £1299 ($1624.27). Source: universityherald

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