Surface Book 3 (13.5-inch) first look



Microsoft updated the Surface Book 3 with new 10th Gen Intel processors and new GPU options. In this first look, Dieter Bohn talks about the whole idea of this laptop with a detachable screen. If your laptop screen turns into a tablet, what are the tradeoffs?

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20 thoughts on “Surface Book 3 (13.5-inch) first look

  1. There are plenty of 2 in 1 devices to compare the 2020 surface book 3 with… Of course it doesn't compare with other laptops barely any of them are touch screen. Focus on the screen quality, the battery, ports and drawing experience basically what this device is chosen for

  2. This is stupid review…. just imagine if it was an Apple product this guy would just go like Wooahh this is breathtaking

  3. Battery of the tablet always bulges, bended the magnesium frame, pushed the screen, discolored it, and created dead pixels. Faced the same disaster for every gen of surface book. My first surface book lasted for 600 charge cycles until the battery issue occurred. For my surface book gen 2, unfortunately, it only lasted for 167 charging cycles. This is unacceptable. But what else could I buy? This is the only fancy 2 in 1 on the market. Monopoly!

  4. As a SB2 owner, I would like to draw attention to all those potential buyers out there. This device will NOT let you use the dedicated graphics when you connect it to an external monitor. The result is that if you connect it to a 4K monitor, it'll lag quite seriously even if it's powered by a quad-core CPU with 16GB RAM like mine did.

  5. Is it worth upgrading to the intel i7 over the AMD Ryzen 7? The 15in version with Intel i7 + Nvidia is roughly USD 500 more expensive where I am vs the AMD.

    I wont need it for much content creation apart from editing podcasts, but will mainly be general multi-tasking and keeping 10+ chrome tabs open. I also like being able to read on the tablet from my couch, so my main concerns will be battery life and multitasking.
    What do you think?

  6. Yeah for me, this would not have a place in my device library. The tablet portion is too big, the screen rocks too much to use the touch while it's docked, and it's just too bulky.

  7. Surface book 3 USB-A port glitching turning on and off by itself repeatedly[BOOK3]

    AFTER A RECENT UPDATE, USB-A PORTS KEEPS TURNING ON AND SHUTTING OFF. SO MY WIRED MOUSE AND KEYBOARD TURNS ON AND OFF IN A SECOND INTERVAL. It worked perfectly fine before I restarted to computer. Please help me on this.

    BLUETOOTH MOUSE AND BLUETOOTH KEYBOARD WORKS FINE

  8. Wait so let me understand this, the SB3 is being criticized for having the same look of the previous version, yet Apple isn't criticized for releasing MacBooks that look pretty much the same as the previous versions? Focusing on the detachable screen as if that's the only feature of the SB3 is suspect as well. Also, it's never a good idea to only feature a single review from a person that is outside of the target audience. A SB3 review that doesn't speak of the touchscreen/pen? Those two features are critical in the entire Surface line. Criticizing the device for its gaming performance when it wasn't built for the gaming audience in the first place is just stupid. I own a SB, SB2 and my SB3 is due in a couple of weeks. As a professional designer/illustrator, the main reason I support the SurfaceBook line over anything else is because of the additional power under the hood and the drawing/design capabilities. I usually don't work in tablet mode either but it's awesome when I do need it. Using full desktop applications in this form factor with a good GPU, lots of storage and RAM are critical reasons why I passed on the iPad Pro. There isn't a MacBook built that supports a full touch screen and pen and if I wanted to game, I sure as hell won't be better off on a Mac. Having only a non artist review the SB3 is like having someone that's not a gamer review the Switch and totally ignore the dock.

    Come on now Verge. Do better than this.

  9. Macbooks having the same design since 2005….The Verge: Wow unbelievable design!!!
    Surface Books having the same design since 2018…The Verge: Hmm, outdated design!

  10. Everyone likes to rage about how the laptop looks the same and yet apple has been doing it for a decade and it still sells I love the look of the unit and everyone ive know who owns them has no qualms about owning one it all depends on your workflow and what you need it for

  11. reviewers on microsoft products-it's exactly the same device.
    reviewers on apple products- it has changed a lot both inside and outside.

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