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MrMobile: There's nothing quite like the Surface Book 2

//--> It was the original Surface Book launch event in 2015 that sealed my love for Microsoft's homegrown line of laptop/tablet hybrids. The company's earlier convertibles had certainly piqued my interest, but the Book, with its detachable tablet/clipboard and funky dynamic-fulcrum hinge, demonstrated a willingness to challenge convention that I hadn't seen since the very first Surface in 2012.
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