Apple’s biggest rivals in the laptop area are Microsoft with its line of compact, productivity-focused Surface Book machines.
In November, Microsoft launched its latest product, the Surface Book 2. It has a 2-in-1 PC that has very few selling times to attract Apple customers.
Comparing it to the 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro over a plenty of categories including build property and design, key features. The overall convention practice for someone in the Apple ecosystem.
Surface Book 2 and Apple’s Both have most current MacBook Pro models are powerful machines. They have newest technology in processor and graphics cards, modern apps, games, and other software features work properly on either device.
Both of them are having well-built with engaging, eye-catching designs, but they have some main differences here. MacBook Pro is a popular laptop with a display and attached the keyboard. Whereas the Surface Book 2 is a 2-in-1 with a touch display that can be turned into a tablet also.
Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 has an abundance of ports that are missing from the MacBook Pro. Offering a 4 USB-C port, also an SD card slot, a USB-C port, and two USB-A ports. Surface 2 has a flexible keyboard that’s not quite as clicky and stable as MacBook Pro. It’s in talk a way more expected which is giving it a lot of attention.
The Surface Book 2 has a lot of perks that aren’t accessible on Apple’s MacBook Pro. But deciding to use the machine over an Apple device is going to be hard for those entangled in the Apple ecosystem. It would be quite interesting to see how it goes.