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Possessing the perfect blend of both laptop and tablet, the Microsoft Surface Book is such a versatile tool that you will love to use anywhere and anytime. Read more about Microsoft Surface Book Malaysia below to find out.

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About Microsoft Surface Book Malaysia

Microsoft Surface Book Malaysia – The Power to Do More

As one of the pioneers in the world of computer, Microsoft continues to introduce newer innovations in all of its products. Among these impressive products that hit the market is the revolutionary Microsoft Surface Book. Housing the full power of a high performance laptop and the unprecedented versatility of a tablet, the Microsoft Surface Book is definitely the laptop for new digital age.

Versatility in Action

The Microsoft Surface Book proves to be very versatile as it is able to transform into three different modes in order to adapt to your style or situation. Such flexibility enables you to use it as a laptop, tablet or even creative canvas. While you can enjoy its powerful performance with its laptop mode, you can detach its screen safely from its keyboard in order to use it as a tablet. Impressively, its creative canvas mode is what you get when you turn its screen around and reattach it. When you reconnect with its keyboard, you will be enjoy the full power of its pen. Its Surface Pen contains 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity so that you will not be experiencing any lag when you are using it.

Ultimate Performance with Microsoft Surface Book Malaysia

With the option to choose either Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, the Microsoft Surface Book gives you the ability of getting the best performance to do your task. In fact, it also enables the Microsoft Surface Book to handle even the most intensive creative task. Moreover, the Microsoft Surface Book is designed to be used with professional-grade software anytime and anywhere. Besides, you can utilize its PixelSense Display and Surface Pen so that you can run incredible software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

Window to Your Soul

The Microsoft Surface Book is truly revolutionary as it gives you the best Windows ever that boasts a lot of exciting features that you will love to use. Some of these features will definitely change the way you use in the areas of personalization, productivity and even security. Moreover, it is able to work well with the full suite of Office products so that you can experience full productivity with just a compact Microsoft Surface Book. Thanks to the new Microsoft Edge browser, you can now write directly on webpages with your Surface Pen and even share your notes easily.

Infinity & Beyond

Amazingly, the Microsoft Surface Book still offers limitless applications that you can download and use to increase your productivity. Not just that, it possesses all the power that you need to run all of them seamlessly. In conclusion, the Microsoft Surface Book proves to be a versatile laptop that you can use without a hitch.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-02-19
Delightful keyboard, Plenty of processing power, Pixelpacked touchscreenExpensive. Really expensive, Struggles with gaming, despite its graphics card, Average battery life
Guess what? Microsoft's finally made a laptop.Technically the Surface Book was 30 years in the making, but its designers must have wasted an awful long time on Solitaire if that's how long they took to think up this supercharged hybrid. It's a no-brainer...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-21
Although Microsoft is arguably the biggest name in the PC business, it doesn't usually make computers. The company typically supplies its software to Microsoft's hardware partners such as HP, Lenovo, and Dell among others.But that all changed earlier this...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-12
Microsoft calls this device the ultimate laptop and I've been using it as my daily driver for close to a month now since it landed on my doorstep on October 26th. But is it the ultimate laptop? Should you spend your hard earned money on this device? Let's...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-02
Microsoft's Surface Book has always been a unique gadget — a great ultraportable laptop, with the extra appeal of a completely detachable tablet screen that contains all the smarts and processing to run proper Windows. The newest Performance Base variant...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-03
Distinctive, wellconstructed design
, Impressively light as a tablet
, Gorgeous screen, Pen input works well
, Comfortable keyboard
, Fast performance
, Bestinclass battery life in laptop mode
Expensive, Even heavier than last year's model, "Fulcrum" hinge makes the laptop appear fatter when shut, Screen wobbles a bit in laptop mode, Slightly top heavy when you use it in your lap
The 2016 Surface Book is a lot like last year's Surface Book, which we already really liked. So we recommend this one too, though the few flaws we noted last time remain as well. As ever, it's a well-built piece of kit, with a bright detachable screen wh...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-30
Sketchable often features in Microsoft's Surface marketing, but is it actually any good?Yes. In fact, it's rather amazing.As a long-time Surface user and part-time doodler, I've always wondered how easily I could transition from pencil and paper to digita...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Images: Alex Cranz/Gizmodo Late last month, Microsoft fired a shot across Apple's bow. With the Surface Studio and Dial and an updated Surface Book, Microsoft mace clear its plans to woo Apple's old core audience of creative professionals—a group A...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-11
Latest news: The Surface Book has been out for a year now and it's time for an update. Microsoft hasn't made any physical changes to the design of its tablet-cum-laptop in 2016, though. The screen, keyboard, chassis design and touchpad are all the same as...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-11
Distinctive, wellconstructed design
 Impressively light as a tablet
 Gorgeous screen, Pen input works well
 Comfortable keyboard
 Fast performance
 Bestinclass battery life in laptop mode
Expensive, Even heavier than last year's model, "Fulcrum" hinge makes the laptop appear fatter when shut, Screen wobbles a bit in laptop mode, Slightly top heavy when you use it in your lap
Last year, when Microsoft introduced its first-ever laptop, the Surface Book , the company proclaimed that this was the "ultimate laptop." And it was -- mostly. This two-in-one notebook offered long battery life, with a distinctive, well-constructed case...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-10
The GPU is faster, The battery lasts longer.Fan noise under load, No way to buy the base standalone.
Most of the PC OEMs have refreshed their Skylake systems to include Intel's new Kaby Lake chips. Kaby Lake parts are for the most part drop-in replacements for Skylake partssame chipsets, same power envelopes and cooling requirementsand some manufacturers...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-10
If you were iffy about the original Surface Book, then those concerns generally apply here. But, if you thought the first Book wasn't quite powerful enough, the Performance Base version helps shore up those weaknesses, and makes the product even more lust...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-10
Powerful discrete graphics in a 13inch machine, Unique detachable design, Stylus support with 1,024 levels of sensitivity, Solid battery life, Vibrant displayExpensive, No USB TypeC port, Doesn't have the most recent generation of CPUs or GPUs
The Surface Book really is the ultraportable that can do it all. It's got great performance, strong battery life and a gorgeous 13.5-inch touch screen with stylus support. And in seconds, it can transform from a laptop to a tablet, presentation device or...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-10
It's a lean performance hybrid with an awesome keyboard. The sharp touchscreen has a sweet aspect ratio for hardcore docjockeying. Laptop mode offers the graphics performance of a decent gaming laptop. It does hybrid rightBattery life is solid, but falls short of the 16 hours claimed. Sometimes you will forget where the power button is. It's expensive, but you're essentially getting two computers in one
For years, consumer hardware has increasingly differentiated with design. And while Microsoft's latest Surface Book hybrid features the premium materials, sleek looks, and lighter and thinner body you'd expect, it's all about incredible engineering at its...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-26
We go hands-on with Microsoft's new Surface Book!Check out the new Surface Studio: Read more about the Surface Book i7: Slickwraps: More tech goodness: Our video gear: Deals: Follow us! Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Google Plus:...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-13
Awesome power, Completely flexible, Genuinely innovative hingeDo you really need the tablet?, Rather expensive, The grey attracts marks
Update: We're expecting a new Surface Book 2 or Surface Pro 5 at Microsoft's forthcoming hardware event .With the Surface Pro 3 , Microsoft nearly perfected the formula and showed other computer manufacturers how hybrids should be made. Last year, Microso...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-11
Beautiful design, Extremely versatile, High quality display, Quality pen build and performanceExpensive, Mediocre tablet battery life
The developing digital landscape has changed the way people interact with hardware. We are now more device-agnostic than ever - both in our personal and professional lives - meaning we are often carrying around two, sometimes three, devices to complete di...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-09
It's a laptop. A great laptop. Finally, a Windows computer without stickers and logos everywhere. The keyboard and trackpad are excellentand if you don't like them pen and touch work just great. Screen is gorgeous, and there's plenty of power behind it...Detaching and reattaching comes with some pain. This is a very expensive laptop
For the last few years, PC manufacturers have devoted incredible engineering resources to giving their laptops gymnastic capabilities. Dell made a laptop whose screen could spin quickly inside its frame. Toshiba's Satellite could fold flat and slide close...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-02
Futuristic design, Unrivaled display, Seamless tablet separationBattery life falls well below promises, Major updates are still in tow
Microsoft has also issued Windows 10 version 1607, which promises reliability and security fixes for both the Edge and Internet Explorer 11 web browsers. Unfortunately, some major flaws remain unattended.A freezing issue, for instance, has arisen frankl...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-24
With its Surface line of two-in-one hybrids, Microsoft has long touted the rather bold claim that its Surface Pro was the "tablet that could replace your laptop", and, truth be told, its latest iteration, the Surface Pro 4 , has got very close to meeting...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Since its release last October, the Surface Book has been subject to “Sleep of Death” bugs. While subsequent firmware updates improved the issue, the latest updates finally appear to fix all.The updates dated 20 June were pretty far-reaching – an overhaul...
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