Are IT costs upsetting your cashflow?
Strident is offering businesses the opportunity to take advantage of the latest, most powerful laptop technology in a budget-friendly manner. “Our monthly rental service enables users to have a new Microsoft Surface Book without the upfront cost, improving cashflow and budget forecasting for their business,” explains Chris Joberns, Strident managing director.
Microsoft’s new Surface Book combines the flexibility of a tablet with the traditional productivity of a laptop, making it an ideal PC for users who want power in the office and on the road but only want one device.
“A high upfront cost can be off-putting when upgrading laptops, leading businesses to delay decisions and creating costly bottlenecks when multiple machines need replacing. By spreading the cost over three years, business owners can avoid large capital expenses and get tax benefits by paying for the rentals from operating revenues,” adds Chris.
Business users will be able to get their hands on a Microsoft Surface Book with a fast 256GB solid state drive, 8Gb RAM and Intel Core i7 processor for a low monthly fee, with other specifications available too.
The Surface Book weighs just 1.5kg and features a very high resolution 13.5-inch PixelSense display that can be detached from the keyboard to use like a tablet or rotated a reattached to use like a notepad. Using the Surface Pen, users can also sketch, draw and scribble making the Surface Book an incredibly flexible tool. A battery life of up to 12 hours can keep you working all day.
Running the latest Windows 10 Pro operating system, the Surface Book is powerful enough to run intensive tasks, such as video editing, so Microsoft Office applications will run quickly and smoothly, offering plenty of future proofing.
You can find out more about Microsoft’s new Surface Book here or speak to Chris Joberns on 01473 835 280 about Strident’s Surface Book as a Service agreement.