While the video is for general audiences, it does show that Microsoft is interested in winning over electronic musicians. At their introduction, the company was showing their new laptop as part of an electronic music setup.
- Pen and touch support
- Intel Core™ i5 and Core™ i7 processors
- Up to 12 hours of battery life
- 13.5-inch high-contrast 267 dpi display with improved latency and parallax
- The screen also detaches and can be used as a tablet
The Microsoft Surface Book starts at $1,499 for the base model (i5/128mb SSD/8GB RAM). The high end model (i7/512GB SSD/16GB RAM) is priced at $2,699.
The pricing puts it about $200 more than a similarly spec’d 13″ Macbook Pro, but the Book features a multi-touch display that can double as a tablet.