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Review: 5 Things I Love About Microsoft's Surface Book 2

The notebook's strong battery life and terrific display make it one of the best all-around notebooks and a worthy rival to Apple's MacBook Pro.

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Microsoft Gets It Right

I recently got my hands on the Surface Book 2, Microsoft's powerful (and pretty) notebook that features a detachable display. While a few things weren't to my liking -- the display sometimes wobbles while using the laptop in transit -- I was hugely impressed with the Surface Book 2 overall. I've been wondering what my next personal notebook purchase will be, once my 2014 MacBook Pro dies (the new MacBook Pro is not an option, for many reasons). Well, the Surface Book 2 may have just risen to the top of my list. It's not cheap: The 15-inch model, which we tested, starts at $2,499 while the 13.5-inch model starts at $1,199. But then again, the other top-of-the-line Windows notebooks and the MacBook Pro are all in the $1,500 to $2,500 range at this point.

What follows are the five things I've been enjoying the most with Microsoft's Surface Book 2.

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