Microsoft’s First Laptop Is F****** Futuristic And Too Damn Cool

Apple’s Macbook Pro has revolutionised laptops all over the world and many have (and are still) flocked to buy the product due to its user-friendliness and sleek look. But it seems like a strong contender is entering the market with their newest product and that competitor is none other than Microsoft’s Surface Book.

The Surface Book is the first laptop to ever be built by Microsoft and not only that, it is also a laptop-tablet hybrid – meaning the screen can be detached to be used as a tablet according to the user’s personal preference. Since it is also a tablet, the laptop obviously works perfectly with Microsoft’s Surface Pen stylus that has a battery life of one year, an eraser at one end, and 1,024 levels of pressure.

Similar to the Macbook Pro, it boasts a 13.5-inch display with a pixel density of 267 DPI, which means it will make whatever appears on your screen look pretty damn awesome. It also consists of a glass trackpad with five different points of sensitivity. There are 2 USB 3.0 ports and a slot for your SD card. On the inside, the laptop runs on the latest Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and has an Nvidia GeForce GPU with GDDR5 memory.

Take that, Apple!

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