Microsoft Surface Book 2 Already In Mass Production; April Release Date, Clamshell Design Can Be Expected [VIDEO]


Similar to Microsoft Surface Pro 5, the Microsoft Surface Book 2 has been roaming around all over the wire. Now, the said notebook is said to be in mass production stage making its fans anticipate an April launch date.

According to DigiTimes, trusted sources have revealed that new Microsoft Surface Book 2 is already being mass produced. The publication also noted that this piece of information came from reliable sources in the supply chain. The said informant believes that the Redmond-based tech giant is possible to unveil the new Microsoft Surface Book 2 at the end of March or April.

When it comes to the design, Tech Times has learned that the Microsoft Surface Book 2 will not adopt its predecessor's appearance. As a matter of fact, Microsoft will be implementing a clamshell design to its forthcoming notebook. Aside from that, this device will reportedly feature a framework that is made of a magnesium-aluminum alloy.

The upcoming Microsoft Surface Book 2 is also predicted stick to the 13.5-inch display. Nevertheless, the tablet hybrid nature of the Surface Book is maybe being superseded due to the design clash with the other anticipated gadget from Microsoft; the Surface Pro.

As for the price, it was noted that the Microsoft Surface Book 2 will likely to be tagged at a lower cost compared to its predecessor. There is a huge probability that the tag price of the new product will be around the $1,000 mark. This is significantly lower than the starting prices of the previous Surface Book model that is tagged with a rate ranging between $1,499 to $3,199.

Until this moment, Microsoft hasn't confirmed the above-mention speculations yet. Nonetheless, if the source can be really trusted; the mass production of the Microsoft Surface Book 2 might be true thus making it safe to conclude that the upcoming notebook from the Redmond-based company could hit the market shelves next month.

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