After using Microsoft’s Surface Laptop Studio, I have one question: Where’s the MacBook equivalent?
Microsoft’s Surface lineup is full of devices designed for specific use cases. Of course, there’s the standard Surface Laptop line, with performance and price spanning a wide range. Then there’s the Surface Pro 8 and Surface Pro X offering a true 2-in-1 experience. But then, there’s a line of products that I like to view as a way of testing the market –seeing what users will do with unique products. For example, the Surface Book is a unique device in that the screen is physically detached from the keyboard, turning into a dedicated — and true — tablet