Meet the laptop that can handle your biggest demands. Surface Book 3 brings together powerhouse performance and high-end graphics in a robust book that can also turn into a tablet or a portable studio.

Get to know Surface Book 3

Here's some of the top features and details that can help you get familiar with Surface Book 3:

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  1. Power button

  2. Volume Up + and Volume Down -

  3. Front-facing camera

  4. Windows Hello with face sign-in

  5. USB 3.1

  6. SD™ card reader

  7. Headset jack

  8. Surface Connect

  9. USB-C

Surface Book 3 and Windows 10

Surface Book 3 comes with

  • Windows 10 Home edition (consumer customers)

  • Windows 10 Pro edition (commercial customers)

If you have Windows 10 Home on your device, you can upgrade to Windows 10 Pro for an additional cost. For more info, see Upgrade Windows Home to Windows Pro.

You can upgrade your Surface Book 3 from Windows 10 to Windows 11. For more info, see Which Surface devices can be upgraded to Windows 11? 

To find out which version of Windows you have, see Which Windows operating system am I running?

Surface Book 3 features

Work your way, anywhere

Work your way with three versatile modes of use: Surface Book 3 is a robust laptop, powerful tablet, and portable studio in one.

Unleash your best ideas

Surface Book 3 features the best graphics on any Surface laptop, powered by the latest NVIDIA®  GTX GeForce GPU, up to 2TB of storage, and up to 32GB RAM.

All the connections you need for multiple devices and accessories

Surface Book 3 comes with all the connections you need, including USB-A and versatile USB-C™ ports, plus a full-size SD card slot.

Breathe new life into your creations

Use touch, Surface Pen, and Surface Dial on the vibrant PixelSense™ touchscreen display. Available in two sizes: 13.5" or 15".

Make it your own

Learn more about optional accessories that work with your Surface Book 3.

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