The new Microsoft Surface Pro 4

The Surface lineup is very attractive and successful for Microsoft. It looks like the tech company has hit the jackpot with these hybrid models. Now, this model has reached its third-generation and comes with some new features. 

The new Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is now available on the market and it is ready to replace the laptop. The new model also comes with the latest Intel processor and attractive hardware and software, and even a slightly larger screen. However, these new features are not much better than the ones found on the famous Surface Pro 3. 

The new Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has the starting price of 899 dollars, which is a little bit expensive. The entry price will come with a configuration composed by an Intel Core M3 CPU, accompanied 4GB of RAM and 128GB of solid state storage, plus a touchscreen stylus that can be magnetically attached to the side of the screen. 

It seems that Microsoft has updated the processors found on the Surface Pro line, adding Intel’s sixth-generation models, also referred to by the codename Skylake. To be added that the configuration that homes a Core i5 will jump at the price of 999 dollars. Moreover, if customers are willing to double at 8GB of RAM and to 256GB, they will pay 1,299 dollars. Customers could also pay more than 2,000 dollars if they want an even faster Core i7 processor and larger SSD. 

However, the saddest part is that no matter how much customers will pay for the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, they will not have the most important part of the package: the Type Cover. Yes, the attractive and slim keyboard and screen protector is not included in the package box, no matter the configuration customers are willing to buy. 

For this Type Cover, they will have to pay an extra 129 dollars. However, the touchscreen stylus is included by default. To be mentioned that this stylus has been improved over last year’s version and it can be magnetically attached to the tablet’s edge. 

The new Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will definitely be a huge attraction on the market, due to its improved design, impressive hardware and its larger screen, 12.3-inch and 2,736×1,824-pixel resolution. 

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