Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s laptop range, the Surface Book, is finally available to buy in the UK.
You can pick one up from Currys/PC World, John Lewis, Selfridges and Harrods, as well as Amazon, Very.co.uk and the Windows firm’s official website.
Microsoft’s Surface Book is a convertible laptop that comes with varying specs depending on how much the customer is willing to spend.
At one end of the scale is the 128GB model, which packs a Core i5 Skylake processor and 8GB of RAM, for £1,299.
The range-topping model includes 512GB of storage, a Core i7 chip, 16GB of RAM, and a separate graphics card in the base for £2,249. All versions come with a pen stylus for your drawing and sketching needs.
Customers who are hoping to replace their existing laptop or tablet with a Surface Book can take advantage of Microsoft’s trade-in programme, which allows users to part-exchange a MacBook, iPad and older Surface slate. Full details can be found on the firm’s website.