Take a video deep dive into Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, and Surface Dock 2
Get a closer look at some of the technical capabilities of Microsoft's latest batch of Surface devices.
What you need to know
- Microsoft announced the new Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, and Surface Dock 2 today.
- Microsoft Mechanics released a trio of videos diving deeper into the technical specs of each.
- The videos offer some insight into the new chips in each PC, how the Surface Dock 2 performs, and more.
Microsoft unveiled a load of new Surface gear today, and now Microsoft Mechanics is offering a deeper dive into some of the devices. The folks at Microsoft Mechanics took a closer look at the new Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, and Surface Dock 2 with a trio of new videos, talking more of the technical specs and improvements for each. Check them out in the gallery below.
The Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3 both received some significant hardware upgrades over their predecessors. The Surface Book 3 now sports 10th Gen Intel chips and up to NVIDIA Quadro graphics. The Surface Go 2, meanwhile, received a new Intel Core m3 option, along with a larger display area and more.
You can preorder the Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 from Microsoft now, with prices starting at $399 for the Surface Go 2 and $1,599 for the Surface Book 3. Both are expected to launch in stores on May 12.
Microsoft announces new Surface PCs and accessories for spring 2020
Two in one
Power on the go
The refreshed Surface Book 3 for 2020 gets new Intel 10th Gen processors, more powerful GTX graphics, and much better Wi-Fi, SSD, and RAM options making this one powerful 2-in-1 convertible PC.
Small and portable
The new Surface Go 2 packs a larger 10.5-inch higher resolution display, thinner bezels, more power and storage for all your on-the-go computing tasks. Compatible with previous and new accessories.
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The Dock update is long overdue. I'm so glad they upped the wattage to 120W. The power drain while plugged into the stock charger/Dock 1 on the SB2 was ridiculous. Can't wait to upgrade to this.
Too bad the Surface Dock 2 is not compatible with the original Book. Still plugging away with that one.