The Surface Pro 4 was finally unveiled by Microsoft yesterday (October 6, 2015) during the event that was held in New York. The Surface Pro 4 comes in various models and the price starts at 899 dollars. The new device can be already pre-ordered from Microsoft’s store and it will finally reach the stores on October 26, 2015.
Unfortunately, if you are from the UK, you will need to wait until November 12, 2015, when the tablet will finally reach the stores in this country.
Here is the presentation video of the Surface Pro 4:
Surface Pro 4 – Specifications
The Surface Pro 4 is a hybrid device which can act as a tablet or a laptop using a detachable keyboard and a kick stand.
First of all, the device is thinner at just 8.4mm and Microsoft said that they would make it very slim, but they had to stop there to make sure that the Pro 4 could support full-size USB. The screen measures 12.3-inch and it comes with 5 million pixels that give a pixel density of 267ppi.
The device is powered by the 6th generation Intel Skylake processor and it is backed by 4-8-16GB of RAM. According to Microsoft, the Surface Pro 4 is 50% faster than the MacBook Air and 30% faster than the Surface Pro 3.
The Surface Pro 4 still features USB 3.0 and Mini-DisplayPort along with a microSD card slot. If you like to make video calls to your friends, you can use the 8MP camera that has been added to the device and which is located above the display.
The new Surface Pen comes in 5 different colors, it’s powered by a battery which should last long enough and which supports 1024 levels of pressure. In addition, the new pen also features a tail erase and it connects magnetically to your Surface Pro 4.
There is a new TypeCover that’s optional and it’s thinner and lighter. It features quieter keys and it comes in five colors. The trackpad is 40% percent larger and it comes with an integrated fingerprint scanner. The new keyboard costs 130 dollars and it’s compatible with both the Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4.
Here are the Surface Pro 4 pre-order prices that are listed on the Microsoft website:
– 6th Generation Intel Core M3 with 128GB internal memory and 4GB of RAM: 899 dollars
– 6th Generation Intel Core i5 with 128GB internal memory and 4GB of RAM: 999 dollars
– 6th Generation Intel Core i5 with 256GB internal memory and 8GB of RAM: 1299 dollars
– 256GB 6th Generation Intel Core i7 with 256GB internal memory and 8GB of RAM: 1599 dollars
– 6th Generation Intel Core i7 with 256GB internal memory and 16 GB of RAM: 1799 dollars
– 6th Generation Intel Core i7 with 512GB internal memory and 16GB of RAM: 2199 dollars
– 6th Generation Intel Core i7 with 1TB internal memory and 16GB of RAM: 2699 dollars.