Microsoft is a little mystery in the space of the computer. There is no doubt that they offer some stunning hardware, but after becoming the first PC maker to jump onto Intel's Skylake platform, and then burned up by the power management issues the chipset had been, cautious. Thanks to their unusual boot windows, this may mean they use longer hardware. This is the case with Surface Book 2 when it starts in 2015. The Core i7 comes with the 8th generation Intel Core, which means Kaby Lake Refresh, which means a quad core over Kaby Lake's dual core. But the Core i5 is delivered with the Kaby Lake i5-7300U dual-core processor, which means it has significantly higher performance than the highest-end model – much larger than it is usually compared to Core i5 to Core i7.
2.6-3.5 GHz 3MB Cache 15W TDP
Intel Core i5-8350U
Four Core Processor with Hyperthreading
1.7-3.6 GHz 6MB Cache 15 W TDP
Four-Core Processor with Hyperthreading
3000×2000 3: 2 sRGB
Touch & Pen
3240×2160 3: 2 sRGB
Enabled for pen and pen
Dolby Audio Premium
USB Type-C 3.1 Gen 1 with USB power
SD Card Reader
12.3 x 9.14 x 0.51-0.90 inches
13.5 x 9.87 x 0.57-0.90 inches
Front camera 5.0 MP with 1080p video
Windows XP Hello IR Camera
Without any fanfare, Microsoft began offering quad-core Intel Core i5-8350U 13 , The 5-inch Surface Book 2 option, using the price console that fills the dual-core i5-7300U. So far, the dual-core system is still available and gets a discount of $ 200 to $ 1,129. In addition, the dual-core model can be used with the 128GB SSD, which will reduce the price to 1149 dollars. This is a significant drop in price compared to the original price of $ 1499.
Surface Book 2 is one of the best laptops in the market offering a combination of utility and performance that is not combined with any other device. Updating quad-core i5 processors is a welcome addition, but of course the real question is why it was not delivered with it to start with.
The updated Surface Book 2 is available in the Microsoft Store. : Central Windows