Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is likely to be launched in 2017. Here we have listed the top 5 reasons that will tell why you should be excited about Microsoft Surface Pro 5 release.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 features
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will feature an advanced 4K Ultra HD screen with a 3840 x 2160 display resolution. Microsoft is also planning to install Gorilla glass to protect the display of Surface Pro 5.
- ???Game Oriented Laptop
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will pack advanced micro devices, polaris architecture and NVIDIA Corporation?s Pascal. These will make the laptop a game oriented device.
- ???Rechargeable Stylus
Surface Pro 5 buyers will get a rechargeable stylus and dock. ?As a stylus may be easily misplaced due to the typical size and shape of the stylus, the stylus charger may take the form of a dock that holds the stylus in a particular location during charging and/or while the stylus is not being used,? Microsoft?s the patent reads.
- ???Surface Pro Battery
Microsoft is making serious efforts to resolve the issues related to Surface Pro 4 battery. So, we can expect an improved battery in the upcoming Surface laptop. As per the rumor, Surface Pro 5 will be able to ?function up to 7-9 hours if it?s charged once.
- ???Kaby Lake Processor
Kaby Lake is the successor of Skylake processor. This processor will improve the overall performance of the device. Kaby Lake processor will pack native support for USB 3.1 and new graphics architecture.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will run a pre-installed Windows 10 Redstone 2 operating system. ?Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will have three variants. These three variants will have the price tags $899, $999 and $1,599. Since Microsoft is having too many features in mind for Surface Pro, the release is not happening soon.
?Instinctively, it makes more sense to wait a year since the last model, rather than rush a summer launch. Given that the Intel processors are just barely becoming available, it also makes sense that Microsoft would need some time to polish a product that includes the new chips. It?s certainly better for Microsoft to get the product right than to hit an arbitrary time frame,? Jan Dawson, chief analyst at Jackdaw Research said.
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