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WHAT’S THE BEST?

BEST 2-IN-1: SURFACE PRO 6

The Surface Pro has seniority in Microsoft’s hardware lineup, having been first introduced in 2013 as a follow-up to the poorly received original Surface. The latest and greatest iteration is the Surface Pro 6, recently announced, that updated to 8th-generation Intel Core processors and thus offers quad-core computing in one of the thinnest Windows 10 tablets available.
We already loved the Surface Pro’s design, and the latest version does nothing to diminish it. It’s made of magnesium and enjoys the kind of fit and finish that comes with years of refinement. Microsoft didn’t change the aesthetics or the build this time around, and that’s for a good reason — it’s already just about perfect, with great balance and the best fold-down kickstand in the business.
Specs:
Core i5
8GB of RAM
128GB SSD
this does not include the Signature Pen

Who it’s good for?
 Anyone who wants a 2-in-1 device, either for tablet use, or as a laptop replacement.
What’s an alternative? Nothing.

BEST FOR ARTISTS: SURFACE STUDIO 2

surface studio 2 vs imac 01
At the very top of Microsoft’s Surface line is its innovative all-in-one (AIO) desktop, the Surface Studio 2. With its seemingly magical “Zero Gravity” hinge that allows the display to adjust from upright to the perfect drawing angle with just a touch, the Surface Studio 2 is a standout among modern AIO PCs.
As the name implies, the Surface Studio 2 is in its second generation, which built on the original Surface Studio design with improved performance thanks to a 7th-generation Intel Core i7-7820HQ CPU that’s a real step up from the previous version. Graphics performance was also significantly improved, with a choice between Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and 1070 GPUs that promise to drive its gorgeous display at a much faster clip.
Specs:
Core i7-7820HQ
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and 1070 GPUs
16GB of RAM
1TB SSD
this does not include the Signature Pen or the Puck Dial
Who it’s good for?
 Artists with big budgets who want a reasonably fast, hugely innovative, and expansive digital drawing platform

We at SyncMyOffice own a few of these devices at our premises and its been a pleasure working with the latest and greatest innovations including the HoloLens.

Credit to: DigitalTrends for their review

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