Microsoft’s third Surface Book tried to be many things for many people. It straddled the line between being a laptop with speedy performance, or a tablet with a kickstand and keyboard. While ambitious, this design had drawbacks for reviewer...

Aside from a couple USB port changes, you might not be able to tell the difference between Microsoft’s latest Surface Book and its past iterations. They look nearly identical side-by-side. Same keyboard layout. Chassis color. The screen/tablet portion still disconnects from the base. Even the...

The Surface Book 3 is a curious beast. Just like its predecessors, it's a premium notebook with a unique feature: Hit a button, and the screen pops out to serve as an enormous tablet. Plug the screen on backwards, and you can use the keyboard as a...

It’s a Microsoft heavy week! This week, Devindra and Cherlynn are joined by Alex Cranz, Gizmodo’s Senior Consumer Tech Editor, to chat about the bevy of new Surface devices. In particular, they explore why the Surface Go 2 and Book 3 are a bit...

Two years ago Microsoft made one of its best laptops, and my favorite budget computer, the Surface Go. The $400 Windows 10 tablet was absolutely not the fast computer in its price range, and it had a much smaller screen than the competition, but it also felt like the kind of perfect do anything...