1. Ravenhi11's Avatar
    Traditionally, I haven't been the biggest fan of Microsoft, but the work their doing with accessibility for Dyslexia and Parkinson's has really inspired me! That said, what product is the "best-in-class" windows experience? I'm considering getting a Surface Pro, but the Book and Laptop look interesting as well. What are the group's thoughts?
    05-14-2017 08:30 AM
  2. AdeptMaven's Avatar
    All three cater to different markets/demographics. If you need performance then surface book is your best bet, if you need something ultra portable and versatile, the surface pro is your best bet, and if you just want a laptop that will last you and have no need for a tablet or pen then the surface laptop is your best bet. Each of them are the best for the market they cater too.

    P.S. yes i know the surface laptop supports the pen but using it on a laptop that doesn't fold all the way back is a terrible experience.
    05-14-2017 12:11 PM

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