Leaks indicate Microsoft Surface Book 2 will sport Kaby Lake microprocessor and deal with unsightly 'hinge gap'

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The much-criticised Microsoft Surface 'hinge gap'
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The much-criticised Microsoft Surface 'hinge gap'

Microsoft's first Surface Book criticised for cheap look and nasty 'hinge gap'

Microsoft is set to launch the Surface Book 2 either by the end of the year or early in 2017 in a refresh that will fix one of the key design flaws in the original Surface Book.  According to le...

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