Microsoft has finally unveiled the newest Surface Pro at their hardware event in New York.
We previously talked about the Surface Pro 4 before where we predicted when it will arrive and what it will look like. Now as it has been announced recently, we got more info about the Surface Pro 4. It will be lighter, slimmer and more powerful than the previous Surface Pro 3 with some improvements to make this 2-in-1 laptop a powerhouse.
The Surface Pro 4 will have a smaller bezel on its massive 12.3 inch display, which gives more screen on your display. Speaking of display, the Surface Pro 3 previously packs a 2160×1440 pixel resolution display, now the Surface Pro 4 has a larger 2736×1824 pixel-resolution display with a pixel per inch of 267, however it still remains at a 3:2 aspect ratio.
There are three versions of the Surface Pro 4; the Intel Core M3, Core i5 and Core i7, each will cater on specific person?s usage, as for storage, Microsoft hinted that the Surface Pro 4 can go high as 1TB with the use of a Solid State Drive. So far there is still no confirmed final price, but an estimate was revealed during the event:
- 128 GB 6th Generation Intel? Core? M3 with 4 GB of RAM $899 ERP
- 128 GB 6th Generation Intel? Core? i5 with 4 GB of RAM $999 ERP
- 256 GB 6th Generation Intel? Core? i5 with 8 GB of RAM $1,299 ERP
- 256 GB 6th Generation Intel? Core? i7 with 8 GB of RAM $1,599 ERP
- 256 GB 6th Generation Intel? Core? i7 with 16 GB of RAM $1,799 ERP
- 512 GB 6th Generation Intel? Core? i7 with 16 GB of RAM $2,199 ERP
As for battery life, Microsoft mentioned that the Surface Pro 4 can run for 9 hours of usage based on the Core i5, 256GB, 8GB version.
It will also feature a new Surface Pro 4 Type Cover which is a redesigned version of the previous Type Cover and will feature keyboard backlighting and new scissor design for smoother typing. You can expect for the Surface Pro 4 on October 26 and pre-orders for the 2-in-1 laptop is open right now.