Against all odds, it seems that Microsoft will still try to push through some of its new products. At least those who won’t rely on shiny Windows 10X. Surface lineup is due to refreshment, especially in some areas such as Surface Dock and Surface Book. It seems that this is true if the leak is believed and it seems that Microsoft will not take a hit in turning the Surface Book 3 into the most powerful portable workstation.
Surface Books have always been a rather distinctive device even among the detachable 2-in-1 that is already common on the market. The keyboard isn’t just a cover and actually has a separate graphics card and battery that turns a two-in-one computer into something that can barely stand up to a gaming laptop. This year, maybe it is.
Core Specifications discovered by WinFuture already painted an interesting picture. You have a 10th generation Intel processor, either Core i5-10210U or Core i7-10510U and up to 32 GB RAM, double the maximum allowed for Surface Book 2. Maximum 1 TB NVMe SSD might be a little disappointing but storage is easier to make up for than CPU or RAM.
The most interesting tidbit is the choice of graphics card, here believed to be the Quadro RTX rather than the usual GeForce. It lists Surface Book 3 as a tool for creating multimedia content as well as for games when traveling.
Of course, all that power has a price, and it’s not just the thermal costs we’re talking about. The lowest Surface Book 3 is priced at 1,023 EUR, around $ 1,123, while the top of the line configuration will return you to 4,323 EUR, $ 4,745. There is no word on when it will be announced but it can arrive together with the new Surface Go 2 and Surface Dock 2.
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