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Cheapest Microsoft Surface Book 2 Price in Singapore is S$ 1,688.00

The Microsoft Surface Book 2 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Microsoft Surface Book 2 price in Singapore is S$ 1,688.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Microsoft Surface Book 2 variants with 13.5-Inch Core i5 256GB starting from S$ 2,185.00 and 13.5-Inch Core i7 256GB at S$ 2,875.00. Microsoft Surface Book 2 price details are updated March 2019.

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Surface Book 2

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 5,399.00 S$ 1,797.00
Philippines PHP 105,400.00 S$ 2,713.00
Singapore SGD 1,688.00 S$ 1,688.00
Thailand THB 46,290 S$ 1,973.00
Vietnam VND 29.990.000 S$ 1,749.00

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Microsoft Surface Book 2 Specs

Processor Type Intel Core i5
Operating System Windows 10
CPU 64bit
Graphic Card NVIDIA
Integrated Graphic Card Yes
Storage Type SSD
Weight 1kg
Material Aluminium
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Connector Ports
Thunderbolt No
USB 3.0 Yes
USB Type-C Yes
Card Reader Yes
DisplayPort No
Ethernet No
Headphone Jack Yes
Colours Silver
Optical Drive
DVD Writer No
Blu-ray Writer No
Backlit Keyboard No
Detachable Screen Yes
Touch Screen Yes
Face Scanner No
Fingerprint Reader No
Webcam Resolution 5MP
Battery Capacity 5676mAh
Battery Life 17h
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

Reviews of Microsoft Surface Book 2
Reviewed on 2018-07-20
Flexible hybrid usage (Tablet/Laptop), Sexy build with its Dynamic Fulcrum Hinge, Premium feel with brushed aluminum design, Quality accessories, Light and portable (1.53KG), Exceptional touchpad, Sufficient I/Os for most, Heat is kept away from the user,...
Lacks any video output port
Surface Book 2 Review Flexibility 10 Build 7 Performan...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-14
The Microsoft Surface Laptop is a nod to those who see no need for the multi-use, 2-in-1 convertible that has enamoured PC makers in recent years.Of course, Microsoft did its part to kick-start the 2-in-1 category with the Surface Pro a few years ago. But...
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Reviewed on 2019-01-09
Stunning design, Gorgeous display, Capable performer, Outstanding battery life
No upgradeability, No ThunderBolt 3 port, Photos by Raj Rout, ShareTweet, Facebook Comments
Having used Microsoft's Surface Book 2 (13.5-inch model) for a little over a week, I can confidently say that it is the best 2-in-1 machine in the market. In fact, the Surface Book 2 ( first impressions ) is the only product which came eerily close to rec...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-30
In October of 2015, Microsoft signaled that they were taking this fledgling Surface thing seriously with the announcement of their second Surface device, the Surface Book. Fitting into a more traditional notebook-style form factor rather than the Surface...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-18
Excellent design, Great build quality, Superb battery life, Keyboard and trackpad are top notch,
Expensive compared to other Windows 2-in-1s,
The first Surface Book already showcased Microsoft's ability to deliver great hardware to match its own software, the Surface Book 2 makes it even better. There are two models available: a 13.5-inch (tested here) and a 15-inch version – they're nearly ide...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
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Reviewed on 2017-11-30
high-quality case, very good screen without PWM, high performance, despite passive cooling, very long battery runtime, comfortable input devices, decent camera, often silent
very loud GPU fan (depending on the power setting), power adapter not always sufficient, no Thunderbolt 3, Surface Pen not included anymore, considerable throttling (especially CPU) on battery, display bounces during touch inputs, no LTE connectivity, ba...
Powerhouse performance? Microsoft says the new Surface Book 2 combines the best of two worlds and is also the most powerful Surface device yet. The specs look promising thanks to the new Kaby Lake-R processor and Nvidia's Pascal GPU. Our in-depth review r...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-23
Clean, innovative design, USB Type-C port, Brilliant display, Great stylus, Long battery life,
Expensive, No Thunderbolt 3, Transfer speeds slightly below average
Windows 10 is a desktop operating system. Or maybe it's a tablet operating system. In Microsoft's eyes, the OS has always been both, and there's no machine that displays that perspective better than the Surface Book 2. The new, 13-inch model ($1,499 to st...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-17
Microsoft just announced a few brand new products: a pair of powerful new Surface Book 2 devices featuring 8th Gen Intel Core Processors and NVIDIA graphics, and a Surface Precision Mouse designed to be the perfect companion to the devices. The new Surfa...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-30
Top model. We review the high-end SKU of Microsoft's luxury 2-in-1 with a fast 1 TB NVMe-SSD and 16 GB DDR4-RAM. We check the differences to the entry-level version from 2017 we already reviewed...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-04
high-quality magnesium alloy case, notebook performance in a convertible, no CPU or GPU-throttling worth mentioning, impressive 9.5-hour battery life, bright high-resolution display suitable for outdoor use, 3:2 aspect ratio for photo editing, accurate c...
thicker and heavier than comparable 13 and 14-inch Ultrabooks, no USB-C or HDMI, no WWAN or RJ45, no smart card or fingerprint reader, no secondary storage bay, no TrackPoint, no dedicated mouse buttons, limited upgradeability, high price
Pumped up. Is premium getting even better? Nvidia's current Pascal GPU didn't make it into the new Surface Book but Microsoft managed to fit a Maxwell chip under the hood that should offer plenty of performance. Or does it...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-16
Unique and Innovate Design, Excellent Build Quality, Quality Pen Stylus that feels natural on the screen (including the eraser), Solid Battery Life (with Keyboard connected), Discreet GPU (in some models) can double graphic power in some applications and...
Price! No doubt the Surface Book (especially the top end version) isn't considered cheap, Some apps on Windows 10 still don't scale perfectly on high-resolution screens, You won't be editing 4k video on this puppy. Simply not powerful enough in terms of b...
When it comes to being a photographer, we are without a doubt living in the golden age of photo technology. While photographers from the old guard might pontificate about how great things were back “in the day”, the truth is that photography is now more a...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-03
Microsoft has announced a number of new products, including the Surface Laptop 2, Surface Pro 6, Surface Studio 2 and the all new Surface Headphones, at a media event held in New York on Wednesday morning (AEST).This means that, barring the Surface Book...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-20
Fast with excellent performance, Still a great design, Includes USB Type C port for charging and data, SD card slot included, Features two standard USB ports
Casing is still very easy to scratch, No Surface Pen included (and has to be bought separately), Charging block is massive, Expensive
The Microsoft “Surface” range of computers have already changed the way tablets are seen outside of the iPad, and between these and the big “phablet” phones, other tablets are running into a bit of a wall.While most tablets are about content consumption...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-18
Microsoft is finally dragging its ambitious Surface Book line into the present day, refining the striking design and making this a laptop you can covet for reasons besides that funky hinge.All images: Alex Cranz/GizmodoThe surprise launch of the original...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-21
Late last month, Microsoft fired a shot across Apple's bow. With the Surface Studio and Dial and an updated Surface Book, Microsoft made clear its plans to woo Apple's old core audience of creative professionals — a group Apple has seemingly forgotten in...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-28
Despite how far smartphones have come in the last eight-odd years, as productivity devices, they're still a little too restricted to get serious work done. They're undoubtedly fine for quick tasks like replying to emails and scheduling appointments, but...
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