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Microsoft Surface Book 2 News: Alleged Surface Book 2 Delay Gives Microsoft More Time To Further Improve Its Specs, Features [VIDEO]


Microsoft's upcoming high-performance laptop computer, Surface Book 2, may not make it in time for the tech giant's spring event this month. The tech company may be prepping to roll out a different hardware instead. Nonetheless, the delay of the Microsoft Surface Book 2 can only give the tech company to further improve the device's specs and features.

Since Microsoft confirmed that the Windows 10 Creators Update will go live on April 11, tech fans and experts have been rife with talks of a possible Microsoft Surface Book 2 launch. Nevertheless, more recent news about the Surface Book 2 and the Surface Pro 5 are claiming that the upcoming Microsoft devices would not see daylight anytime soon.

Although reports are claiming that Microsoft's new Surface Book 2-in-1 laptop is not quite ready yet, the highly anticipated Microsoft Surface Book 2 will likely be competing against Apple and Samsung devices. The Microsoft Surface Book 2 along with the upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5 are said to perform well in connectivity, the Internet, as well as the availability of manufacturer support accessories, Daily Tech reported.

Nonetheless, it has been said that the main reason for the Microsoft Surface Book 2 delay is due to Intel's Kaby Lake chip. Intel's seventh-generation Kaby Lake chip has reportedly not entered production yet.

In spite of that, tech experts are expecting the Microsoft Surface Book 2 to come along with a Virtual Reality (VR) support and an improved Surface pen. The Microsoft Surface Book 2 is expected to have an updated discrete GPU options, Tech Radar reported.

The entry level of the Surface Book 2 is said to have a $1,299 price tag. The hybrid computer may boast a higher resolution compared to its predecessors. Also, the Microsoft Surface Book 2 should provide a better way of removing the screen from the keyboard.

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