If you are feeling like you want both incredible quality and a laptop that is convertible, turning into a tablet, then you may find yourself torn between these two options. They seem to be quite different but we believe that they are similar in more aspects than some belief. Today we will be looking at these features.
For Microsoft, the change is very smooth with the laptop turning into a light tablet whereas Lenovo lets you flip the screen around while the keyboard retracts. This does not imply that these systems make them either better or worse, it is all up to the user’s preference.
Both of these laptops come with incredible screens that reflect the lever of color accuracy and anti-reflectiveness that they have. Moreover, the screen can also become very bright on both of them, getting rid of that pesky dark screen on a sunny day with bull brightness on problem. We can only say that this is a draw.
Which is faster?
Here we might find it difficult to answer because it highly depends on what you are measuring. We will have to say that we are talking about SPU power we have to say that both are just as good. When we are talking about graphics, however, Microsoft does get the upper hand since it runs on NVIDIA top of the line graphic cards whereas Lenovo uses an Intel one which is still good, but not good enough in comparison.
Which is more expensive?
Now do not be fooled, they are both quite expensive. Despite this, they are both amazing on their own and the Microsoft Surface Book 2 is going to cost you a lot, 3,299 dollars to be more exact. Compared to Lenovo, which stands at 2,465 dollars it sure looks like the more expensive option.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.