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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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The most obvious differentiator with the Surface Book 2 is the way that the display detaches from a unique hinge (which slightly resembles an accordion). Along with allowing you to use the display as a stand-alone tablet, the detachability lets you flip the screen around to the opposite direction and re-attach it for use in presentation mode. This is useful at times, but it's not why I'm such a fan of the display. I'm a fan because it's just a solid display -- one of the best-looking screens I've tried. It's super bright, and the colors truly pop on the sharp 3,240 x 2,160 screen. The 15-inch size is terrific for multitasking -- keeping plenty of windows open is no big issue -- and the bezels on all four sides of the display are small and symmetric in size. Overall, it's just a pleasure to look at this screen throughout the day.

 
 
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