Surface Pro 4 Features, Specs, Availability and Price

The super stunning Microsoft Surface Pro 4 along with Surface Book has been finally unveiled. Microsoft announced the impressive Surface Pro 4 yesterday in a conference in NYC. While there were many other Windows 10 devices announced during the conference, Surface Pro 4 was certainly a head turner. This 12.3 inch device with a slimmer bezel, attractive looks and improved specifications stole the show completely.

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Surface Pro 4 Features and Specifications

Let us take a look at some of the features and specs of Surface Pro 4.

Slimmer and lighter bodysurface pro thinner

Surface Pro 4 is wonderfully crafted and comes with a slimmer and lighter magnesium body than even before. The incredibly thin and light body makes it a perfect device to be carried on the go. It weighs just 1.69lbs which is equal to 766 grams.

Exceptional Screen and Camerasurface pro 4 screen

The amazing 12.3 inch screen displays the crisp clear pictures with low glare and high contract. The unique PixelSense is a true-to-life screen technology which will display the pictures with their real colors and textures. 8MP rear facing and 5 MP front facing cameras in the device lets you take stunning pictures and high quality HD videos.

Highly Productivesurface pro productive

Powered with 6th Gen Intel Core m3, i5 and i7 processors Surface Pro 4 is a powerful device and lets you run multiple programs at a time. Being a Windows 10 device, it works perfectly with the full suite of Office products and supports unlimited apps. You can access Cortana and OneNote with just a single touch. The excellent 9 hours battery backup lets you work uninterrupted and takes the productivity to new levels. It comes with the full power of laptop and will let you run all kinds of desktop software you want to.

The device comes with a laptop style keyboard giving you a faster and quieter typing experience and the high procession glass touchpad is 40% larger now and comes with 5 points touch.

Surface Pensurface pro surface pen

Surface Pen is something that contributed greatly in adding Surface Pro 4 in the list of best Windows 10 devices. With a 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and low latency, the surface pen gives you a feeling of real pen. The innovative palm block technology lets you rest your hand on the screen while writing with the Surface Pen.

Technical Specifications

  • Processor- 6th Gen Intel Core™ m3, i5, or i7
  • Memory- 4GB, 8GB or 16GB RAM
  • Connectivity- 802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking; IEEE, 802.11a/b/g/n compatible, Bluetooth 4.0
  • Graphics- m3: Intel® HD graphics 515, i5: Intel® HD graphics 520, i7: Intel® Iris™ graphics
  • Sensors- Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer and Gyroscope
  • Ports- Full-size USB 3.0, microSD™ card reader, Headset jack, Mini DisplayPort, Cover port and SurfaceConnect™
  • Solid state drive (SSD) options: 128GB, 256GB or 512GB
  • Dimensions- 292.10mm x 201.42mm x 8.45mm

While it is a tablet from Microsoft, it can easily replace your laptop. Furthermore, you can turn it into a powerful workstation by adding various accessories.

In a nutshell, Surface Pro 4 is a remarkable Windows 10 device with advanced tech specifications and innovative features you will love. This light yet powerful device is perfectly handy device and suits your need best if you are looking for a productive device to work while travelling. Featured with all the ports, apps, and security features, Surface Pro 4 is the best suitable device for business as well as home users.

Surface Pro 4 Price & Avalability

The all new Surface Pro 4 is now available for pre-order at Microsoft Store with a starting price tag of USD 899. It is expected to be delivered starting 26 October 2015.

Download the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 User Guides here.

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