Microsoft recently introduced a new entry-level Surface Book 2 model here in the United States, and now those living in three key European markets can finally enjoy the same deal at the Microsoft Store in their respected regions. Indeed, people living in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany can now pick up the base-model 13.5-inch Core i5 Surface Book 2 (via Windows Central.)
In the UK, this more affordable model can be yours for £1,149, which is £350 cheaper than the next level Surface Book 2 model with 256GB of storage. The same model costs €1,349 in Germany and €1,399 in France. All things considered, it is still a good deal for those looking to join the Surface family since the model comes with a total of 128GB of storage and 8GB RAM. This is good enough for most modern tasks, though it might be a stretch for those who may be doing processor-intense activities such as gaming or coding.
Anyway, it is great to see that Microsoft is making Surface Book 2 more affordable across the world. If you live in these regions, is this a Surface Book 2 model you would consider buying? Or would you settle for a cheaper device from Dell, HP, or Lenovo? Let us know your thoughts below.Further reading: France, Germany, Microsoft, Surface, Surface Book 2, UK